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Points Needed For Canadian Universities

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University of British Columbia:

Biomedical Science:

32 points (1 person)

Good idea for a thread :yes:

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University of Waterloo:

Mathematics:

35 points (1 person)

University of British Columbia

Commerce:

32 points (1 person)

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University of British Columbia

Psychology

33 points (1 student)

University of Manitoba

Faculty of Sciences

40 (1 student)

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Concordia University (Montréal)

Bachelor of Science - Biochemistry

27 points (minimum)

McGill University

Bachelor of Science

34 points (1 person)

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I think it would also be nice to add what years people got accepted

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University of Waterloo

Biology

40 points (2011)

Math and Business

39 points (2010)

University of Western Ontario

Biomedical Science

40 points (2010)

McGill

Biological, Biomedical, and Life Sciences

42 points (2010)

43 points, 41 points (2011)

McMaster

Health Science

43 points (2010)

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University of Wilfrid Laurier

Bachelor of Business Administration And Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Duble Major (Laurier campus only) (Co-Op)

with 36 (including 2 bonus points)

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ok this guy in my grade got into Ryerson Retail Management with a 25 but his condition is to get a 29 with 4 in math sl and english hl

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Anyone know the points needed for the Engineering department, UofT?

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Anyone know the points needed for the Engineering department, UofT?

Sorry for a kind of late reply but you need at least 30 points. You can't get lower than a 4 in the prerequisite courses, which are math, physics, chemistry, and English. According to the U of T website: http://www.discover.engineering.utoronto.ca/admissions/requirements/intl/IB.htm

Like the website says, you'll probably need more than 30 points to be competitive.

But since you're from Canada they'll look at your percentage grades before your IB points. I know people who got in with mid to high 80 averages so that's what you should aim for, at minimum.

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Hey guys, I've applied mainly to Canada, and got into the universities listed below with a predicted score of 35

Carleton University - Bachelor of Journalism - Conditional on 28+

University of Ottawa - Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) - Conditional on 26+

York University - Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) - Conditional on 30+

Ryerson University - Bachelor of Arts (Creative Industries) - Conditional on 33+

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University of British Columbia

Economics - BA


34 points* (2013)

Applied Sciences - BSc

32 points* (2013)

38 points (2012)

*Predicted

Simon Fraser University

Economics

34 points* (2013) - IB Excellent Entrance Scholarship Award

Edited by Kimmerrayy

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I've been accepted to a Bachelor degree course for Visual Studes at University of Toronto Mississauga (joint course with Sheridan College) with 42 predicted points, but I have been also offered a $3300 entry scholarship, so I guess the actual requirement is a lot lower.

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I know two year two students who were accepted by UBC science. One has 32 points the other has 36.

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Canadian citizen aiming for UBC faculty of arts, second year of IB and currently getting around 32-35 (excluding EE and TOK)

Got a good amount of CAS

Do you think it's enough?

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Canadian citizen aiming for UBC faculty of arts, second year of IB and currently getting around 32-35 (excluding EE and TOK)

Got a good amount of CAS

Do you think it's enough?

I think 35, 36 would definitely get you in. 32+ also gives you good chances. I can predict you with better certainty if you give me your actual Canadian marks though.

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Applied for the Bachelor of Arts in UBC and UofT

My predicted is in my signature

UBC awarded me a $6000 as well as designating me as a Chancellor's Scholar

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I applied for a BSc in Life Sciences/Biology at McGill, U of Toronto, UBC and York U.

U of T:

The minimal requirement is 28 points, for Life Sciences it's 32 (I asked an international rep yesterday) - I'm predicted 42 and got a $5000 scholarship so they're not that demanding :)

McGill:

I'm not entirely sure but I think the minimum for entry is around 35

UBC:

I'm not sure what the minimum requirement is but I was designated Chancellor's Scholar so it's probably a fair bit lower than 42 :)

York U:

Requirement is 24 and they're really generous with scholarships, I got $3000 per year renewable for 4 years (given to anyone with a 95% and over average) as well as a $2000 one-time one from Faculty of Science :D

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I'd like to add that for McGill applicants who live outside of Quebec, they are first regarded as a Canadian applicant, not an IB applicant. So your percentage marks are what they see first, and then your diploma points. If your percentage is within the range of the subject, you have a chance of getting in even if your diploma points are not. I talked to a McGill rep a few days ago and this is what she told me :)

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Not sure if more information can be added, but have the following:

University of British Columbia:

39 points (2015) - Engineering Physics - BSc

38 points (2016) - Biological Sciences - BSc

34 points (2016) - General Business Management - BCom

University of Waterloo:

39 points (2016) - Engineering - BSc

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I think the points needed for those universities are updated. Most of the universities now have a lower standers, less points are needed. I think it's because they now knew IB is way harder than what they thought :P At least from what I know, to get into University of Waterloo's Math and Business program, you only need 32 points now. 

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