Does UVic look at grade 11 marks?

Yes, UVic does look at grade 11 marks for students applying from Canadian high schools. In fact, grade 11 marks are an important part of the admissions process, as they provide UVic with a good indication of a student’s academic potential.

UVic uses a variety of factors to assess a student’s application, including grade 11 and 12 marks, English Language Proficiency (ELP) scores, and extracurricular activities. However, grade 11 marks are typically given the most weight, as they are the most recent grades that UVic has access to.

In addition to self-reporting their grade 11 marks, Canadian high school students applying to UVic are also required to submit their official transcripts. Transcripts must be sent directly from the high school to UVic.

Tips for submitting your grade 11 marks to UVic:

  • Make sure to self-report your grade 11 marks accurately on your UVic application.
  • Request that your high school send your official transcripts to UVic as soon as possible. Transcripts should be sent directly from the high school to UVic.
  • If you have any questions or concerns about submitting your grade 11 marks, please contact UVic Admissions.