Frequently Asked Questions: Which Application Should I Complete?

I am currently attending an Ontario high school, but I will have fewer than six 4U/M courses finished this year. Should I use the high school application (101)?

If the programs to which you wish to apply stipulate that you must present six 4U/M courses for admission and you will not satisfy this requirement, you should consult your guidance counsellor or the OUAC to determine the appropriate application.

I am currently attending high school, but have attended a postsecondary institution. Which application should I use?

If you are currently enrolled in a day program at a high school but have attended a postsecondary institution, you must apply through the 105 application. You must make arrangements with your high school to forward all of your academic data to the universities you selected.

I have a high school diploma from a school outside the province, but I am currently taking some 4U/M courses at an Ontario high school during the day. Which application should I complete?

If you have previously attended a high school in another province or country and will have less than six 4U/M courses, you should complete the 105 application. However, if your secondary school grants you enough equivalent credits toward your OSSD to meet the six 4U/M requirement, you are eligible to apply to university using the…

I will not be attending high school until the second semester. What application should I complete?

You can use the 101 application if you meet the 101 criteria. Note: Some high schools will not create a 101 account for you until you are actually registered with them. Although your application is due at the OUAC in January, applications received after that date will continue to be processed and sent to the…