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Apply to University of Toronto

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==Steps==
 
==Steps==
 
===Filling out Your Application===
 
===Filling out Your Application===
#Check that you meet the admissions requirements for your program. Review the admissions requirements on the U of T website. Most students need at least a 3.7 GPA to apply, but some programs may have stricter requirements.<ref>https://ift.tt/2RayRfU> When you apply, U of T will review your school records and final exams from grade 11 and grade 12. The school’s admission requirements include the following:<ref>https://ift.tt/2Ye1TNs>
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#Check that you meet the admissions requirements for your program. Review the admissions requirements on the U of T website. Most students need at least a 3.7 GPA to apply, but some programs may have stricter requirements.<ref>https://ift.tt/2RayRfU> When you apply, U of T will review your school records and final exams from grade 11 and grade 12. The school’s admission requirements include the following:<ref>https://ift.tt/2Ye1TNs>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#*Canadian high school students: 6 grade 12 courses and a diploma<ref>https://ift.tt/2RjINDQ>
 
#*Canadian high school students: 6 grade 12 courses and a diploma<ref>https://ift.tt/2RjINDQ>
 
#*Canadian college students: B grade point average or higher and met high school standards or have 2 years of college credits<ref>https://ift.tt/2RjINDQ>
 
#*Canadian college students: B grade point average or higher and met high school standards or have 2 years of college credits<ref>https://ift.tt/2RjINDQ>
 
#*International students: Requirements depend on your country, so check the U of T website here: https://future.utoronto.ca/apply/requirements/international-high-school-secondary/
 
#*International students: Requirements depend on your country, so check the U of T website here: https://future.utoronto.ca/apply/requirements/international-high-school-secondary/
#Create an Ontario Universities’ Application Centre user ID and password. You’ll submit your application through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) website. To create an account, enter your name, date of birth, email address, and a username and password. Then, click “Create My OUAC Account.”<ref>https://ift.tt/3669z7d>
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#Create an Ontario Universities’ Application Centre user ID and password. You’ll submit your application through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) website. To create an account, enter your name, date of birth, email address, and a username and password. Then, click “Create My OUAC Account.”<ref>https://ift.tt/3669z7d>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*You can create your account here: https://www.ouac.on.ca/apply/nonsecondary/en_CA/user/create
 
#*You can create your account here: https://www.ouac.on.ca/apply/nonsecondary/en_CA/user/create
#Complete the correct application depending on your background. The application you use depends on your residency and academic level. Once you choose the right application, enter your personal information, contact information, academic background, and program choices. Then, answer the additional academic questions that apply to you. At the end of the application, provide your extracurricular activities and employment information, starting with the most recent.<ref>https://ift.tt/3669z7d>
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#Complete the correct application depending on your background. The application you use depends on your residency and academic level. Once you choose the right application, enter your personal information, contact information, academic background, and program choices. Then, answer the additional academic questions that apply to you. At the end of the application, provide your extracurricular activities and employment information, starting with the most recent.<ref>https://ift.tt/3669z7d>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*Current Ontario high school students use the 101 application: https://ift.tt/2PaduJ2
 
#*Current Ontario high school students use the 101 application: https://ift.tt/2PaduJ2
 
#*Full-time Canadian applicants who didn’t attend an Ontario high school or U of T use the 105 application: https://ift.tt/2P4iTS8
 
#*Full-time Canadian applicants who didn’t attend an Ontario high school or U of T use the 105 application: https://ift.tt/2P4iTS8
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===Submitting Your Application===
 
===Submitting Your Application===
#Send your application prior to the deadline of January 15. The deadlines vary depending on the course you’re taking. However, most applications are due by January 15 of the year you plan to start taking fall courses. Double-check to make sure you know the correct deadline for your application.<ref>https://ift.tt/2OGWNG1>
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#Send your application prior to the deadline of January 15. The deadlines vary depending on the course you’re taking. However, most applications are due by January 15 of the year you plan to start taking fall courses. Double-check to make sure you know the correct deadline for your application.<ref>https://ift.tt/2OGWNG1>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#*U of T recommends you submit your application by November 7 to increase your chances of gaining admission. Keep in mind that space is limited.
 
#*U of T recommends you submit your application by November 7 to increase your chances of gaining admission. Keep in mind that space is limited.
#Pay your application fee. When you submit your application, remit your payment through the OUAC website. Pay both the OUAC fee and the U of T fee. As of December 2019, the fees are as follows:<ref>https://ift.tt/3669z7d>
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#Pay your application fee. When you submit your application, remit your payment through the OUAC website. Pay both the OUAC fee and the U of T fee. As of December 2019, the fees are as follows:<ref>https://ift.tt/3669z7d>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#*OUAC application fees are $156 for all students, with an additional $10 fee for international students<ref>https://ift.tt/35RnkWU>
 
#*OUAC application fees are $156 for all students, with an additional $10 fee for international students<ref>https://ift.tt/35RnkWU>
 
#*If you want to list more than 3 program choices, OUAC charges a $50 fee for each additional program choice
 
#*If you want to list more than 3 program choices, OUAC charges a $50 fee for each additional program choice
 
#*U of T fees for domestic students are $90
 
#*U of T fees for domestic students are $90
 
#*U of T international student fees are $180
 
#*U of T international student fees are $180
#Expect U of T to acknowledge your application in about 2 weeks. OUAC will forward your application to U of T once you’ve paid all of your fees. Generally, U of T will acknowledge receipt of your application within 2 weeks via email or letter. The university will also provide you login instructions for their applicant website.<ref>https://ift.tt/2rQWNKY>
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#Expect U of T to acknowledge your application in about 2 weeks. OUAC will forward your application to U of T once you’ve paid all of your fees. Generally, U of T will acknowledge receipt of your application within 2 weeks via email or letter. The university will also provide you login instructions for their applicant website.<ref>https://ift.tt/2rQWNKY>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#*This acknowledgment doesn’t mean you’re accepted to U of T. It just means your application is under review.  
 
#*This acknowledgment doesn’t mean you’re accepted to U of T. It just means your application is under review.  
   
 
===Providing Supporting Documents===
 
===Providing Supporting Documents===
#Send your prior school transcripts to admissions by February 1. Contact your high school or university to request your transcripts. Fill out the required paperwork and pay any fees that your school requires. Then, check with the U of T admissions office to make sure they received your transcripts.<ref>https://ift.tt/33N4X4l>
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#Send your prior school transcripts to admissions by February 1. Contact your high school or university to request your transcripts. Fill out the required paperwork and pay any fees that your school requires. Then, check with the U of T admissions office to make sure they received your transcripts.<ref>https://ift.tt/33N4X4l>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#*It’s best to submit your transcripts as early as you can to increase your chances of gaining acceptance.  
 
#*It’s best to submit your transcripts as early as you can to increase your chances of gaining acceptance.  
#Turn in degree-specific materials if your program requires any. Some programs at U of T require additional documentation for admission. Check with your individual program to make sure you’ve submitted all your materials. Additionally, make sure you meet the deadline.<ref>https://ift.tt/33N4X4l>
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#Turn in degree-specific materials if your program requires any. Some programs at U of T require additional documentation for admission. Check with your individual program to make sure you’ve submitted all your materials. Additionally, make sure you meet the deadline.<ref>https://ift.tt/33N4X4l>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#*For instance, Applied Science and Engineering students must fill out an online student profile, and Kinesiology and Physical Education students must submit a Statement of Interest.
 
#*For instance, Applied Science and Engineering students must fill out an online student profile, and Kinesiology and Physical Education students must submit a Statement of Interest.
 
#*Each program has its own deadlines for degree-specific materials.  
 
#*Each program has its own deadlines for degree-specific materials.  
#Complete a Supplementary Application Form for the Scarborough campus. The Scarborough campus requires you to fill out a Supplementary Application Form (SAF) if you’re enrolling in their management programs, co-op management programs, double degree (BBA/BSc) applicants (including co-op), co-op international development studies, or paramedicine. Otherwise, they won’t consider you for admission or scholarships. Fill out the SAF through the U of T website using the login you received after submitting your application.<ref>https://ift.tt/2OLxrXT>
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#Complete a Supplementary Application Form for the Scarborough campus. The Scarborough campus requires you to fill out a Supplementary Application Form (SAF) if you’re enrolling in their management programs, co-op management programs, double degree (BBA/BSc) applicants (including co-op), co-op international development studies, or paramedicine. Otherwise, they won’t consider you for admission or scholarships. Fill out the SAF through the U of T website using the login you received after submitting your application.<ref>https://ift.tt/2OLxrXT>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 9.jpg|center]]
 
#*This form is due by February 1st.
 
#*This form is due by February 1st.
#Prove that you’re proficient in English if it’s not your first language. Most students who don’t speak English as a first language must take an approved English proficiency test. However, you may be exempt from the test if you’ve attended 4 years of study in an English-speaking school in either Canada or an English-speaking country. If you take a proficiency test, submit your results by the deadline for supporting documentation, which is February 1st as of December 2019.<ref>https://ift.tt/33If4Y7>
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#Prove that you’re proficient in English if it’s not your first language. Most students who don’t speak English as a first language must take an approved English proficiency test. However, you may be exempt from the test if you’ve attended 4 years of study in an English-speaking school in either Canada or an English-speaking country. If you take a proficiency test, submit your results by the deadline for supporting documentation, which is February 1st as of December 2019.<ref>https://ift.tt/33If4Y7>[[Image:Apply to University of Toronto Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#*It’s best to submit your scores early.  
 
#*It’s best to submit your scores early.  
 
#*U of T has 13 approved tests. You can find a list here: https://ift.tt/2P9PINz
 
#*U of T has 13 approved tests. You can find a list here: https://ift.tt/2P9PINz


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