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I've just got an offer for UofT and they've said it is conditional but haven't been very specific? They said I have to 'maintain my current academic standing' I'm assuming this means achieve the grades I submitted as predicitons but I'm worried about what happens if they fall. Does anybody know? I'm applying from the UK.
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I've just got an offer for UofT and they've said it is conditional but haven't been very specific? They said I have to 'maintain my current academic standing' I'm assuming this means achieve the grades I submitted as predicitons but I'm worried about what happens if they fall. Does anybody know? I'm applying from the UK.
If you fail to meet your predictions (or provide evidence evidence of your A-levels once results come out) then then they are not obligated to enrol you, essentially reject you (they could also still accept you, they just have no obligation to...).
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I've just got an offer for UofT and they've said it is conditional but haven't been very specific? They said I have to 'maintain my current academic standing' I'm assuming this means achieve the grades I submitted as predicitons but I'm worried about what happens if they fall. Does anybody know? I'm applying from the UK.
well done omg!!! what did you apply for and what grades did you have?
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I've just got an offer for UofT and they've said it is conditional but haven't been very specific? They said I have to 'maintain my current academic standing' I'm assuming this means achieve the grades I submitted as predicitons but I'm worried about what happens if they fall. Does anybody know? I'm applying from the UK.
Congrats fellow offer holder! I’ve applied from UK too. PM me and let’s connect it would be nice to have a friendly face in uni lol
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Hi guys, my little brother is starting to think about applying to UoT next year but we are struggling to get a feel for costs- how much do you expect to spend (all-in) per year now that you've been accepted? how much for living costs etc? thanks! (assuming he'll go for Arts and science bachelor).
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Hi guys, my little brother is starting to think about applying to UoT next year but we are struggling to get a feel for costs- how much do you expect to spend (all-in) per year now that you've been accepted? how much for living costs etc? thanks! (assuming he'll go for Arts and science bachelor).
https://studentlife.utoronto.ca/task...ts-in-toronto/
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Thanks, that’s very useful! So about 50 thou pounds, wow. We were hoping for something cheaper, will be hard!
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it’s around 26k when converted!
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Thanks, that’s very useful! So about 50 thou pounds, wow. We were hoping for something cheaper, will be hard!
is he a canadian citizen? if not its probably not worth applying due to the cost - similarly high ranking unis in the US have really good financial aid packages that canadian unis just dont offer so they might be worth a look.
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is he a canadian citizen? if not its probably not worth applying due to the cost - similarly high ranking unis in the US have really good financial aid packages that canadian unis just dont offer so they might be worth a look.
Yes that’s probably the case. Not canadian sadly…
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is he a canadian citizen? if not its probably not worth applying due to the cost - similarly high ranking unis in the US have really good financial aid packages that canadian unis just dont offer so they might be worth a look.
they have an all-paid international scholarship
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they have an all-paid international scholarship
did you find out the conditions of your offer?
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