High school teacher advice

The 2024 Euclid Competition is about to start. You must read the top ten tips before participating!

For many students who are planning to apply for an American university, they must not miss the Euclid Mathematics Contest. The full name of the Euclid Mathematics Contest is Euclid Mathematics Contest, which is held by the School of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Waterloo in Canada. It is also the official mathematics competition in Canada. The results of the contest are a prerequisite for applying for a scholarship from the School of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo.

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[British Lions offer news] Congratulations to the Yingshi students for achieving perfect scores in the CCC Computer Competition!

The Canadian Computing Competition is a Canadian-wide computer competition jointly organized by the Department of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo and the Canadian Center for Mathematics and Computer Education, referred to as the CCC Competition. With a history of 55 years, more than 300,000 students from all over the world have participated in the competition, which has far-reaching and widespread international influence. The CCC competition has become an important indicator and reference for admission to various majors and software engineering majors in the School of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. It has also become an important assessment criterion for students to apply for scholarships (ranging from 1,000-8,000 Canadian dollars) in the school.

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What should I do if high school courses in Canada are too difficult to keep up with?

With the trend of younger students studying abroad, more and more students choose to study in high schools overseas, with Canada’s middle school students accounting for the highest proportion. This is not only because the Canadian society is generally stable and safe, and the people are friendly and welcoming, but also because most schools in Canada (from kindergarten to university) are open to international students and provide a variety of choices, including public, private and church secondary schools. Tuition fees in Canada are low, living costs are relatively reasonable, and the overall cost-effectiveness is extremely high.

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Suggestions from Rose, a graduate student at the University of Toronto

Teacher Yvonne from Queen's University Business School