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I am a Canadian planing to study in a Canadian University, however I only decided my career option at the end of my junior year which is civil engineering. However, the subjects I took are Physics SL, Math SL, Engish Lit HL, ITGS HL, Arabic B and ESS. I recently found out that Chemistry is supposedly mandatory for engineering courses. If so, can I still apply for engineering courses without taking chemistry?

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I think to keep most options available, you should take Chemistry in your provincial curriculum, such as through night classes.

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Check the university requirements for IB. Some universities like UBC only require you to pick either physics or chemistry. Also, it is mandatory you take Math HL, you will be screwed in university if you don't know the HL calculus. Its a life saver, and most likely you will not get accepted without it. 

Good luck

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