加拿大升学,repeat grade 12 or not
I am HKDSE candidate, I predict that my score is not good enough for me to get into
local universities, thus I am planning to pursue my studies in Canada.
I am a Canadian , so school fee might not be the biggest problem for me.
The biggest problem for me is that I am not sure I have the ability in studying in
College,people claimed that college like Douglas /Langara college will be a bit hard and is more difficult to be transferred back to universities than those high school
students who directly enter universities. Is it true?
If I only get IELTS 6.5, do you feel that I am capable to deal with college studies?
Will college in Canada demand their students to go back to high school and take
the credits that they have not taken in Hong Kong High School?
Should I repeat Grade 12 and fight for better
marks to enter back universities in Canada? but I have to waste one year time.
Do you have any recommendation for High School or College in Ontario or British Columbia? Location is not my main concern, I want to enter better college or high school.
Lastly, as everyone know , more reputated universities are situated in Ontario, for university transfer program, credits can be trasferred best within the province, do you think that choosing Ontario is better? but Ontario college seems does not offer many arts ,humanities and social science program which I am interested in. What should I do?
I know that there is a fraser international college in BC and they claimed that they have certain connection with SFU, but some ppl in the forum said the connection are fake, is it true? but as i know, only very few credits earn in this college can be transferred to other universities in BC, except SFU.
Cant type Chinese here, you are welcomed to answer in Chinese or English, Many thanks!
- GaryLv 76 年 前最佳解答
1. It is true in your case.
Based on limited data obtained from SFU, domestic students are admitted right after secondary school. (You are considered as a domestic student.)
2. A IELTS score means nothing. Beside, your status as Canadian will clear all of your obstacle for higher education.
3. Unlikely in your case, especially if you have result showing you pass HKDSE.
4. You are too late for that.
5. This is the issue - you claim you don't have good result. Then how can you get into a good school at the first place?
Sacrifice has to be made - college.
6. Personally, I think universities in the West Coast is better. So I won't be able to comment on this.
7. No. It is not true.
Although FIC is an entirely separate entity of SFU, practically speaking, FIC has been an integral portion of SFU. In fact, FIC is located at SFU's campus.