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Hey guys! I am a third year at the university of Waterloo in environmental science! If you have any questions about the science faculty, university life or really anything ask away! I have a lot of friends in engineering, arts, math, and environment faculty so I can also try to answer those questions too!
im generally a 80-90 student but grade 11 was rough for the most part in grade 10 i wanted to do computer science because it seemed really interesting but when i did the course in grade 11 i was very good and got a 90 but i really was miserable in the class and found coding very annoying, but since i wanted to do it in grade 10 i took the required courses like university functions, chemistry and physics. once i got to grade 11 things were kinda ok because i got a 80 in eng a 90 in animation a 80 in english but a 55 in math teacher because the teacher really didn't teach well in my opinion, semester 2 at this point chemistry is at a 50, physics is at a 52, video class 88 and in religion i have a 80. what happened was this semester was rlly bad because of issues in my life (not too open to talk about) caused me to go into a really bad depression and my anxiety disorder didn't help. My depression caused some of my marks to go super low but ive gotten help however i know at this point they rlly cant go much higher. I know next year i will do well next year and probably get somewhere between a 80-90. my goal is to get into media studies at guelph humber or ryerson university's media production. Would i have a chance if i had rlly good grade 12 marks hypothetically.