Helloooo quick question that I emailed admin about but perhaps you fine people have an answer instead.
For the reference letter required for entrance scholarships - do I simply attach it as an appendix to my application form or is my referee suppose to email it directly?
Also - I’m from Ontario so when I hear the word junior and senior matriculation I’m thinking junior is grade 12 and senior was when grade 13 was a thing. Does anyone know what this is referring to? For example, it says “Applicants must have completed, with a superior academic average, at least three full years after junior matriculation or two full years after senior matriculation of a course leading to the degree of BA, BSc, or BComm, or an equivalent degree at Dalhousie or at another degree-granting college or university recognized by the Senate of Dalhousie University.”
Is this meaning undergrad? Like 3 years post under grad or 3 years post high school? I’m confused. Thank you!
I think generally speaking, to make $100-200k/yr (which, by the way, is a TON of money), you’re going to have to work very hard until you’re 40 or so. Then you’ll hopefully be at a level where you have good income, good job security, and are good at doing what you do so you can coast a bit. Or you’ll be headed above that level and, well, will keep working very hard.
Most jobs don’t have a path to $100k. Fewer have a path to 200. They all usually require quite a bit of work.
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