Does queens look at grade 11 marks?

Yes, Queen’s University in Canada considers both Grade 11 and Grade 12 marks for admission decisions. However, they primarily use Grade 11 marks for early admission decisions, which are made before students have completed all of their Grade 12 courses. For regular admission decisions, Queen’s considers both Grade 11 and Grade 12 marks, but they will give more weight to Grade 12 marks.

Here are the specific details about how Queen’s uses grades for admission:

  • Early admission: Queen’s uses final Grade 11 marks (with registration in appropriate Grade 12 courses) to make early admission decisions. This means that you can apply to Queen’s in the fall of your Grade 11 year and receive an admission decision before you have completed all of your Grade 12 courses.
  • Regular admission: Queen’s uses a combination of final Grade 11 marks, final first semester Grade 12 marks, and Grade 12 interim results to make regular admission decisions. This means that you will need to submit your complete Grade 12 transcript to be considered for regular admission.
  • Failed and repeated courses: Queen’s will consider all marks achieved in all attempts at a high school course. However, they will use the most recent grade achieved when calculating the admission average. This means that if you repeat a course, the higher grade will be used in your average.

It is important to note that Queen’s admission requirements can change from year to year, so it is always best to check their website for the most up-to-date information. You can also contact Queen’s admissions office if you have any specific questions.