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General Admission Notes
Applicants can expect to receive an offer of admission to only one program. When more than one Brock program is indicated on the application, the highest choice listed for Brock will be considered first. If not eligible for the first choice, consideration will be given to subsequent choices in the order of preference the applicant has indicated. If an applicant applies to only one Brock program, and does not qualify, in most cases consideration will automatically be given for an alternate and related program.
Applicants for whom English is a second language must submit evidence of English language Proficiency. Studying in an Ontario secondary school does not automatically exempt applicants from this requirement. Applicants should contact firstname.lastname@example.org  early in the application process if they have any questions regarding the need to submit a test score. In order to be considered for admission, a successful test result is required by early February, for second round offers the last week in April.
It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that:
Choosing the Correct Application
Ontario has a centralized Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) where all applications are processed and distributed to individual universities for assessment. Where you are currently studying, or have studied in the past will dictate which application you use.
Ontario secondary school applicants:
If you are currently attending an Ontario secondary school in a full-time day program use the OUAC 101 application at www.ouac.on.ca . Individuals currently completing grade 12 4U or 4M level credits at an Adult Learning Centre (or equivalent institution) should contact email@example.com  prior to applying.
Ontario secondary school graduates:
If you graduated with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, and have not attended any post-secondary institution since graduating use the OUAC 105D application at www.ouac.on.ca .
Out of province secondary school applicants:
If you are currently attending a secondary school in any Canadian province or territory outside of Ontario in a full-time day program, or you have completed a secondary school diploma (but have no post-secondary schooling) apply using the OUAC 105D application: www.ouac.on.ca .
Applications are assessed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Admissions decisions will only be made once all required documents are submitted. Conditional offers may be extended based on a combination of first-semester final grades and second-semester mid-term grades, therefore applicants should make every effort to have their secondary school send second semester mid-term results as soon as possible, or in the case of non-semestered schools, have mid-term grades forwarded.
International Baccalaureate (IB) applicants:
Ontario secondary school applicants completing the IB program use the OUAC 101 application, while Canadian out of province applicants use the OUAC 105D application at www.ouac.on.ca .
For Ontario secondary school OUAC 101 applicants, grades completed as part of the IB program are forwarded electronically by the secondary school. Applicants completing credits in night school, correspondence or summer school should check with the appropriate contact at their school to clarify if grades are being sent automatically.
For out of province IB students, applications are assessed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Admissions decisions will only be made once all required documents are submitted. Conditional offers may be extended based on a combination of first-semester final grades and second-semester mid-term grades (or predicted grades).
Advanced Placement (AP) applicants:
Applicants are required to submit AP results as part of a secondary school diploma. Current Ontario secondary school applicants completing AP credits use the OUAC 101 application, while all other applicants use the OUAC 105D application at www.ouac.on.ca .
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