How do you get a full class email?
So to give yourself the best possible chance at lining up a full, fulfilling course load this semester, keep the following email best practices in mind:
- Use the course name and title in your subject.
- Address your email “Dear Professor ___”.
- Include your major, class year, and whether you need this course to graduate.
Do summer courses count toward GPA UOFT?
Summer courses taken fulltime will count towards your GPA but not your wGPA eligibility.
Can professors waive prerequisites?
It depends on the department. Then the head of the department will look at your overall academic background and contact the professor. Then the professor will check if you really have done everything in that prerequisite course. If yes, he will sign the form to waive the prerequisite.
Is a 4.79 GPA good?
Is a 4.5 GPA good? This GPA is higher than a 4.0, meaning that your school measures GPAs on a weighted scale (class difficulty is taken into account in conjunction with your grades). A 4.5 GPA indicates that you’re in very good shape for college. You’re most likely in high level classes earning As and high Bs.
How many credits is a minor UOFT?
How do you get into a class that’s full?
6 Steps to Take Next When a College Class Is Full
- Get on the waitlist as soon as possible.
- Talk to the professor.
- Talk to the registrar.
- Explore other options and alternatives.
- Have a backup plan ready to go if you can’t get in.
Can you take more than 20 credits UOFT?
as for your question about GPA — technically, yes, you can boost your GPA by taking an extra 9 credits after you complete your 20. according to the rules and regulations, the courses you take beyond 20 credits don’t qualify for exception from your CGPA.
How many credits do you need to graduate UOFT?
What GPA is a high distinction?
What GPA do you need to graduate UOFT?
Students who graduate with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) * of 3.50 or above are described as graduates “With High Distinction”. This achievement is noted on the diploma and transcript. Students who graduate with a Cumulative GPA* of 3.20 to 3.49 are described as graduates “With Distinction”.
Why do courses have prerequisites?
Prerequisite courses are often used at the college undergraduate level as a means of measuring knowledge to determine whether a student is ready to advance to the next level of their college career. This is important for the course and the individual student.
How do you get into a closed class?
Here are our 10 best tips for finding places in closed courses:
- Try an off-peak time.
- Come up with a really good reason why you need the course.
- Consider waiting until summer.
- Try a nearby school.
- Look for an online substitution.
- Find another course to satisfy the requirement.
- Appeal with a higher-level course.