My hope is that in sharing my experiences, I can help a few people make the right decision about which school to attend, particularly for Engineering. After all, I think it is one of the most important decisions of your life, so any information is better than none. As a grade 12 student, I always … Continue reading Why Choose UofT Engineering?
As 2019 wraps up, I wanted to take a moment to reflect back on some of my main accomplishments and also set my goals for 2020. This past year definitely opened a lot of doors in my life and I hope 2020 also does the same. 2019 Reflection Finished my first year of University Won … Continue reading Goals for 2020
Goals of this post: How to get into UofT Engineering Discuss the following: Admission Statistics for Engineering programs Online Student Profile Tips on How to Stand Out Note: This post is not affiliated with the university. Over the years, UofT has seen a huge increase in applicants to their Engineering programs. Many times exceptional applicants … Continue reading How to Get Into University of Toronto Engineering
Goals of this post: Talk about my first year experiences As summer is finishing up, I have decided to reflect on my first-year experiences and talk about what I am excited for about second year. August 2018 This is where I finally got a place to live at for the school year. All summer long, … Continue reading First Year Reflections
This will be a short blog post of my expenses from the past 8 months of school. Goals of this post Break down each category of expense and discuss it Tuition + University Fees Tuition for first year UofT Engineering is $15,760 for domestic students and $54,840 for international students. Along with the tuition are some … Continue reading My First Year University Expenses
Goals of this post: Show my average daily schedule as a student at UofT 7:00 am Wake up and get ready Lately I have been trying to wake up earlier, but we all know how hard that is. I usually wake up around 7 am for my 9 am classes. After waking up, I brush … Continue reading Day in the Life as a UofT Undergrad Engineer
Goals of this post: Learn about the different prerequisites for engineering programs in Ontario How to prepare for each course General study techniques Typically for Ontario engineering post-secondary programs, they require 6 courses to be taken in grade 12 in order for students to apply. These courses include Chemistry (SCH4U), Physics (SPH4U), English (ENG4U), Advanced … Continue reading Tips for Engineering Prerequisites in Grade 12