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Why do you choose to go to high school in Canada?

Canada is a highly developed country with multicultural aspects. It is ranked high globally in education, government, freedom, quality of life, welfare and economic freedom. As one of the largest cities in Canada, Toronto has become a hotspot for international students studying abroad and immigrants because of its safe living environment and quality of education.

Obtaining a high school diploma in Canada from the local Ministry of Education can be very advantageous for international students applying for undergraduate courses in Canada and the United States of America.

1: Domestic secondary students apply to Canadian Universities such as University of Toronto, McGill University, University of Alberta, McMaster University, Western University, University of British Columba, Simon Fraser University and Victoria University. These Universities and others require students to write and submit IELTS scores. If you apply using a Canadian high school diploma, the student will be exempted from writing this exam.

2: International secondary student’s generally need averages above 85% when applying to Canadian Universities. Some Canadian Universities require students to write WES and CQV certification exams. When applying from a Canadian secondary school most require an average above 75%.

3: Domestic secondary schools’ students are often unable to achieve high averages which will affect their success rate when applying for University programs. The academic performance of Canadian secondary students is determined by many factors such as attendance, classroom participation, homework, assignments and test scores. This allows the student to achieve averages above 75% increasing their chances of gaining admissions to University program.

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Universities in Canada such as University of Toronto, McGill University, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Waterloo, etc., require international students to submit IELTS scores when applying. With Canadian high school diploma, students will be exempted from English proficiency tests when applying to Canadian universities.
International students generally need averages above 85% when applying to Canadian Universities. Some universities require student to submit WES and/or CQV certifications scores. With Canadian high school diploma, most of the universities only require an average above 75% and do not need WES and CQV certifications of scores.
International students are often hard to achieve high scores which will affect their admission rate to universities. The academic performance of Canadian high school students is determined by many factors such as attendance rate, classroom participation, homework assignment, and test scores. This allow students to achieve higher scores to increase their admission opportunities to universities.