Many students applying for science and engineering majors
There is often a misunderstanding,
As long as my GPA is high enough, I can get the offer without other auxiliary materials.
However, according to the data released by the official website of the University of Waterloo,
like civil engineering, chemical engineering
If your PGA is at 95+,
You also have an 8% chance of not getting the Offer!
And individual popular majors have higher requirements!
So students who want to apply for popular science and engineering majors in prestigious schools,
For you, just have a high GPA, choose "naked application"
Risk still exists!
For students whose GPA is not high enough,
If you want to apply to popular majors,
What you need to do is go to the competition to "make up" for the lack of GPA!
A good competition result is also a reflection of your strength.
So, how do we choose the competition?
There are many competitions that science and engineering majors can participate in.
There are not many competitions with high gold content and short preparation period and high winning rate.
So the Euclidean competition is one of the very worthwhile competitions.
So, we invited the Ulion students to compete for the ranking harvester
Take everyone to uncover the secrets of how to learn mathematics,
And how to efficiently prepare for the Euclid race!
Q: Hello teacher, can you introduce yourself to everyone?
Hello everyone, I'm Mr. Connie, AKA Euclid Encyclopedia. I don't want to come up like other people and say that my school is excellent, I think you will appreciate my inner more than the outer. I am a dreamer, an activist, and a person who combines sensibility and rationality. I am full of creativity and passion for work and study, and I will always have a passion for life. I love math and teaching, and see it as a part of my life.
Q: Why does Teacher Connie like teaching so much?
Q: Teachers often deal with Euclid classes. Can you tell us about the Euclidean competition and how to get high scores?
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