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12-08-2012, 10:03 PM
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I would find students of highly variable levels in introductory courses at just about any Canadian university that offer MSc degrees in physics. And the range of talent narrows down as the classes go more advanced (my profs in upper-division classes are confident that the ones that make it to upper-division classes, especially senior-year classes like PHY3214, would succeed academically in any Ivy League university).

I know McGill or York has more students taking CEGEP-level (or U0 in McGill terms) physics classes than Polytechnique or University of Montreal does at that level, though.

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