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12-14-2013, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Mathradio View Post
There are two components to a class' R-score, only one of which is made publicly available. The second component is what befuddles everyone trying to know the truth about their R-scores: class strength (as measured by high school grades and ministerial exams). Commerce has one set of class strengths, pure/health science another one, core courses yet another set of class strengths... end result: stay focused in getting good grades.
Ah alright. So they basically form a group and look at the MELS exams + highschool grades to determine 'How strong' a group is, which then will influence your R-Score positively or negatively. So if you get a good grade in a strong group, chances are that everything will be alright, correct?

Thanks for the explanation. As you said & it was said previously, best thing to do is just focus on getting good grades. Everything else will take care of itself

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