Due to a high level of competition, we strive to make our admission process as fair as possible.
Repeating courses in order to improve your average provides an unfair advantage, as compared to students who achieve high marks in their first attempts. For this reason, repeating courses may result in a reduction of your calculated admission average by 5%, which may also impact your eligibility for scholarships.
On the Admission Information Form, we will ask for an explanation for any repeated Grade 12 subjects. Exceptional circumstances will be reviewed for an exemption from the penalty.
Explanations are not required from mature applicants who are three or more years removed from their original high school diplomas and are refreshing their studies.