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“No, because I came from a school that couldn’t have afforded to run a prep course.” -Mallory McGonegal, ArtSci ’15
“No, because I came from a school that couldn’t have afforded to run a prep course.” -Mallory McGonegal, ArtSci ’15
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“It could be a good idea, but it could also have complications.” -Cindy Xiao, ArtSci ’16
“It could be a good idea, but it could also have complications.” -Cindy Xiao, ArtSci ’16
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“It’s a good idea because it removes some of the subjectivity from the admissions process.” -Alyson Rudnitski, ArtSci ’15
“It’s a good idea because it removes some of the subjectivity from the admissions process.” -Alyson Rudnitski, ArtSci ’15
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“No, because undergraduate education doesn’t require a standardized test because it’s not as elite as it used to be. We need to go to grad school now.” -Anthony Cina, ArtSci ’14
“No, because undergraduate education doesn’t require a standardized test because it’s not as elite as it used to be. We need to go to grad school now.” -Anthony Cina, ArtSci ’14
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“I think it’s a good idea because it can help people recognize if university is the appropriate academic setting for them.” -Abdilsalam Musse, ArtSci ’15
“I think it’s a good idea because it can help people recognize if university is the appropriate academic setting for them.” -Abdilsalam Musse, ArtSci ’15
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Should there be a standardized admissions test to Canadian universities?

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