Even without a high school diploma, homeschoolers and other hopefuls CAN still apply and gain admission to university in Ontario (and elsewhere in Canada). Here are 7 ways.
Author: Sarah Rainsberger
With many Ontario universities accepting the “Top Six” for university entrance, you do not have to take all 30 credits required by the provincial high school diploma (OSSD) to gain admission to an Ontario university. In many cases, simply taking six 12U courses is acceptable. Here are some schools that offer 12U credits through distance learning.
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