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I am a current Rotman Commerce student.....any questions? Options
JM-UTSG-UC
Posted: July 8, 2009 2:13:03 AM

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RSM exam was a breeze. 100 MCs. Mark went up.
I have no idea.
MAT is easy, ECO and RSM too as long as you put the work in.
If you want to major in economics, make sure you fail RSM, not ECO or MAT. I'm pretty sure you need both ECO and MAT to major in economics. As long as you have enough credits I think all type 1 programs (no requirements) are open to you. Maybe a type 2 depending on what you took as electives.


thanks for the quick reply big grin. How long each day did u spend studying/homework outside of class on average this year?

Rotman Commerce - Finance & Economics 2013
Chafezi
Posted: July 8, 2009 1:39:09 PM

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Yo

Alright. RSM100Y1 is ONLY offered Wednesdays from 6 - 9 (PM?)??

I'm checking the online calandar, and unless there is a mistake or I'm reading it wrong, this RSM course is only offered at this timeslot, taught by Prof J. Oesch?

If theres someone out there that can verify this, it'd be appreciated.

I'm a recruit of the Varsity Blues football team and I have practice weekly on Wednesday's from 7 to 9 PM....This wouldn't be a good conflict to have smile

Cheers.

Woodsworthhhhhh

My football highlight tape (rough copy): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLdOMeHNnCI
Leaside H.S. '09
University of Toronto - Rotman Commerce '13 - Woodsworth College

bimmer35
Posted: July 8, 2009 2:05:07 PM

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JM-UTSG-UC wrote:
Quote:
RSM exam was a breeze. 100 MCs. Mark went up.
I have no idea.
MAT is easy, ECO and RSM too as long as you put the work in.
If you want to major in economics, make sure you fail RSM, not ECO or MAT. I'm pretty sure you need both ECO and MAT to major in economics. As long as you have enough credits I think all type 1 programs (no requirements) are open to you. Maybe a type 2 depending on what you took as electives.


thanks for the quick reply big grin. How long each day did u spend studying/homework outside of class on average this year?


Honestly not much at all. Like I would sometimes go weeks without really doing any work besides go to lectures. This habit is well represented in my marks.

University of Toronto 2012
Victoria College
bimmer35
Posted: July 8, 2009 2:06:00 PM

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Chafezi wrote:
Yo

Alright. RSM100Y1 is ONLY offered Wednesdays from 6 - 9 (PM?)??

I'm checking the online calandar, and unless there is a mistake or I'm reading it wrong, this RSM course is only offered at this timeslot, taught by Prof J. Oesch?

If theres someone out there that can verify this, it'd be appreciated.

I'm a recruit of the Varsity Blues football team and I have practice weekly on Wednesday's from 7 to 9 PM....This wouldn't be a good conflict to have smile

Cheers.

Woodsworthhhhhh


Yup, RSM is only offered at that time (unless they changed it this year, which is unlikely).

University of Toronto 2012
Victoria College
ederoo
Posted: July 8, 2009 4:30:13 PM

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Chafezi wrote:
Yo

Alright. RSM100Y1 is ONLY offered Wednesdays from 6 - 9 (PM?)??

I'm checking the online calandar, and unless there is a mistake or I'm reading it wrong, this RSM course is only offered at this timeslot, taught by Prof J. Oesch?

If theres someone out there that can verify this, it'd be appreciated.

I'm a recruit of the Varsity Blues football team and I have practice weekly on Wednesday's from 7 to 9 PM....This wouldn't be a good conflict to have smile

Cheers.

Woodsworthhhhhh


I recommend you skip football practice because you definitely don't want to miss your RSM lectures. It's surprising how much material oesch can go through in 3 hours.
dengjw
Posted: July 8, 2009 5:04:08 PM
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which seminar is recommended? which prof who teaches seminar is better than others?
how many credits do you recommend to get in the first year?
thanks
CYYZ 24 ILS
Posted: July 8, 2009 11:21:36 PM
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Hi, what do you know about first year Arts and Science students trying to transfer into Rotmans Commerce?
According to the site its do-able, they too have their requirements to get accepted, but as far as that goes is it extremely selective for people trying to transfer?

Thanks

University of Toronto: SG; Physical and Mathematical Sciences '13
JM-UTSG-UC
Posted: July 8, 2009 11:44:27 PM

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CYYZ 24 ILS wrote:
Hi, what do you know about first year Arts and Science students trying to transfer into Rotmans Commerce?
According to the site its do-able, they too have their requirements to get accepted, but as far as that goes is it extremely selective for people trying to transfer?

Thanks

get a 4.0 then we'll talk...

Rotman Commerce - Finance & Economics 2013
bimmer35
Posted: July 9, 2009 1:41:59 AM

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dengjw wrote:
which seminar is recommended? which prof who teaches seminar is better than others?
how many credits do you recommend to get in the first year?
thanks


Don't know what you mean by which seminar... do you mean a first year seminar or different lecture sections? If it's the latter, I'd recommend Indart for ECO and Tate for MAT (although I liked Igelfeld whereas the majority did not).

5.0 is the standard and it's not hard to handle. Take the 3.0 core courses and use your other 2.0 to finish your distribution requirements.

University of Toronto 2012
Victoria College
dengjw
Posted: July 9, 2009 9:07:11 AM
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bimmer35 wrote:
dengjw wrote:
which seminar is recommended? which prof who teaches seminar is better than others?
how many credits do you recommend to get in the first year?
thanks


Don't know what you mean by which seminar... do you mean a first year seminar or different lecture sections? If it's the latter, I'd recommend Indart for ECO and Tate for MAT (although I liked Igelfeld whereas the majority did not).

5.0 is the standard and it's not hard to handle. Take the 3.0 core courses and use your other 2.0 to finish your distribution requirements.


I mean the first year seminar. A lot of people said it is a easy course. you know, There are a lot seminar (hum and inx) to be chosen. so i want to know which one is great?
by the way what about INX199Y1--the past within the present?
did you take CSC108, is it easy? do you recommend to choose it?
bimmer35
Posted: July 9, 2009 1:55:18 PM

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dengjw wrote:
I mean the first year seminar. A lot of people said it is a easy course. you know, There are a lot seminar (hum and inx) to be chosen. so i want to know which one is great?
by the way what about INX199Y1--the past within the present?
did you take CSC108, is it easy? do you recommend to choose it?


I really can't comment on the first year seminars because there are so many and I don't know that many people that have taken one. No I did not take CSC.

University of Toronto 2012
Victoria College
scarboro
Posted: July 9, 2009 3:31:19 PM

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^Aha, so you're a fellow UofTer.
I see you came here to say what I usually say (stay way from UofT) except you degrade it to new lows.
I will agree with you that the presentation skills of most students are absolutely ridiculous (in science anyhow).
They choke up and say UMMMMM every 3 seconds.

UTSG Honours B.Sc. Specialist in Biology, Major in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology '12
bimmer35
Posted: July 9, 2009 3:45:38 PM

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Can't wait 'til classes become smaller and we start doing presentations. Finally I'll be better at something than the fob keeners.

University of Toronto 2012
Victoria College
ederoo
Posted: July 9, 2009 4:33:07 PM

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I made this thread because it was needed.

Also, you can only take 2nd year courses if you can get transfer credits for 1st year. Most people don't want to do that because 1st year Eco covers all high school eco in about a month, and you'll be far behind unless you're super keen.
scarboro
Posted: July 9, 2009 6:57:45 PM

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Of course, the ever forgotten McGill.
Now I understand the animosity razz
Canada's "Ivy"

UTSG Honours B.Sc. Specialist in Biology, Major in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology '12
ederoo
Posted: July 9, 2009 7:27:04 PM

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So then, I assume you WERE successful in your first year then?


You're probably just some 2nd year at McGill. You're no better than high school kids either.
deidara
Posted: July 9, 2009 10:21:38 PM
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Funny Ederoo's name is John too in real life.
escru
Posted: July 10, 2009 12:24:04 AM

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My name is John too.
ederoo
Posted: July 10, 2009 5:20:31 PM

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deidara wrote:
Funny Ederoo's name is John too in real life.


Stalker much?
deidara
Posted: July 10, 2009 9:46:20 PM
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ederoo wrote:
deidara wrote:
Funny Ederoo's name is John too in real life.


Stalker much?


Yes Mr. John Li from Halifax.


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