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  • why do i still miss my ex girlfriend 5 years ago?

    I haven't missed her for a long time but I think about her from time to time and after going through so many bad relationships... I realized that my ex girlfriend I had was the best for me. I think I made a mistake when i broke up with her because of our age difference and because we were in different stages of our lives but now (forgive me if it sounds corny but..) I can't find any girls that can make me happy or complete as she has. I kinda just gave up looking for one and only focusing on my future success. And even if I contact her, she has a kid now but divorced, lives 500 kilometres aways and she's 5 years older than me (I'm 23 now and she's 28). Should I contact her or just let it be?

    3 AnswersSingles & Dating7 years ago
  • What are my chances of getting into either York or Ryerson University?

    Currently, I hold a 3.08 Actual GPA and 2.9 accumulative GPA in my finance program at George Brown College. I looked up both university and found out that York University wants a 3.0 accumulative and Ryerson wants a 3.2 GPA actual and accumulative GPA. The thing is my rubric of GPA is different from the university's rubric. George Brown 3.0 stands for a 76% average whereas both university's 3.0 GPA stands for 70% average. I clearly have a higher average then what is required but do they even go by the percentage? Also I heard that York University is easier to get into for some reason and I just want you feedback if it's actually true. I also heard that I have a better chance of getting accepted if I apply for part-time then go full-time? Lastly I just wanted to know if there is any other way I could get into these university with a higher chance of acceptance?

    *My 3-year diploma is a year bridge program to Ryerson

    I know I am in the wrong section but nobody is in the educational section... and im kinda desperate for answers :(

  • Is admission to York or Ryerson University easier through continuing education?

    Currently I go to George Brown College with a 2.8 GPA in finance and I was planning to complete a bachelors degree at either York or Ryerson university. Ideally I would like to be in full-time day but I don't think I have the GPA for it so my second best option is continuing education then transfer to full time after a year. I just like to know if admission to continuing education to either university easier or they assess the same way as a full-time application?

    1 AnswerSingles & Dating8 years ago
  • Is admission to York or Ryerson University easier through continuing education?

    Currently I go to George Brown College with a 2.8 GPA in finance and I was planning to complete a bachelors degree at either York or Ryerson university. Ideally I would like to be in full-time day but I don't think I have the GPA for it so my second best option is continuing education then transfer to full time after a year. I just like to know if admission to continuing education to either university easier or they assess the same way as a full-time application?