Through July and August, we review these to ensure you:
Changes to applicants’ level of academic standing are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
British-patterned education: Your final A-Level (or AS-Level) grades have a combined drop of 2 letter grades or more. Your final grades in English or Math have fallen below a grade of B.
American curriculum: Your final grades have a combined drop of 2 letter grades or more in your academic subjects. Your English and Math grades have fallen below a grade of B.
India Secondary School curriculum: You have not maintained your academic standing in required courses or you did not achieve 85% or above on your final Standard XII Board exam results.
Chinese Secondary School curriculum: You have not maintained your academic standing in required courses OR you have not met a minimum provincial Tier 1 Gaokao cut-off score. If you are not writing the Gaokao, you must achieve competitive results in other recognized examinations such as the Advanced Placement exams, A Levels, or International Baccalaureate exams. For more information on the specific scores that are required, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
All other international high schools: Your grades have fallen since UBC made an offer of admission or if any required test scores are not consistent with your grades in your academic subjects.