UofT's "D" = York's "A+"

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Subject: UofT's "D" = York's "A+"
Some people told me about that.

It´s so hard for UofT students to get a C so that other schools must be very easy to get an A.

[16-01-2007,14:38]
Anonymous
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It´s a scientific fact people under stress don´t learn very well.
[16-01-2007,18:58]
Anonymous
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Exactly, that´s why only the UofT degree matters, Degrees from other universities are just pieces of paper.
[16-01-2007,20:12]
Anonymous
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UofT students and grads laugh at people from other universities. It´s the truth.
[16-01-2007,20:14]
Anonymous
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It´s also a scientific fact people who learn poorly don´t get good grades, and don´t further their careers with grad school or professional school.
[16-01-2007,20:23]
Anonymous
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It´s tough getting a C at U of T. You can´t argue that schools like Lakehead, Seneca, or UOIT is equal in difficulty to U of T. U of T is cleary much much harder to get decent grades; they push you much harder... more reading, more questions, tougher to grasp the material.
[16-01-2007,20:37]
Anonymous
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Funniest thing is UofT might be the best university in the country but it is not the hardest university to get into. Can anyone please tell me why?
[16-01-2007,20:58]
Anonymous
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Students who don´t put in their work at Seneca don´t graduate. Just put this UofT kid in a lab setting at Seneca. I´ll bet he won´t last one semester.
[16-01-2007,21:16]
Anonymous
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UofT is just too big and has too many programs to be the hardest school to get into. Queens and McGill, for instance, have smaller student bodies and narrower focus. If you can´t get into the program you want at UofT you just choose one with fewer applicants - like womyns studies - and switch majors after you get in. The trick is not flunking out in 1st and 2nd year, when the weeding out process is going on.
[16-01-2007,22:18]
Anonymous
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"Funniest thing is UofT might be the best university in the country but it is not the hardest university to get into. Can anyone please tell me why?"

It is not the hardest to get into for sure. This is because they are so big and can accept more people into their programs. But, it is still Canada´s best. The catch here is that though it is easy getting into, U of T is known to be Canada´s hardest University to get good marks in. Example, you must put in a lot of effort to get a C. Whereas in other Universities such as Lakehead or UOIT or Colleges such George Brown or Seneca, it is much easier getting good grades.

[16-01-2007,23:05]
Anonymous
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First-year class sizes are probably at lot smaller at Lakehead, UOIT, Nipissing etc...or just about any other small school.
[16-01-2007,23:51]
Anonymous
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I´m not suggesting someone choose Lakehead, UOIT or Nipissing over UofT. But the fact remains, the long commute leaves less time to read and study for those exams.
[17-01-2007,00:15]
Anonymous
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I still don´t get this "long commute" business. What commute? Three campuses in the largest city, meaning you can live in rez or off rez apartments or at home with your parents.

Again, what commute?

[17-01-2007,02:35]
Anonymous



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