CANADA (BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALBERTA)
BYU–Hawaii Freshman Admission Requirements
- Secondary School Diploma
- GPA in the 67-72% range
- ACT or SAT score
- English test (if the instruction is not done in English)
- Ecclesiastical endorsement
- Missionary and community service, work experience, and age may also be used as determining factors in admission.
For more information on how to submit your transcripts, see Transcript Submission.
|Alberta||British Columbia||Saskatchewan Prince Edward Island Ontario||Manitoba||New Brunswick|
|F||Below 40||Below 50||Below 50||Below 50||Below 50|
10 = 10th grade, 20 = 11th grade; 30 = 12th grade
At the university level in Alberta, the University of Alberta uses a 1-9 scale; the Universities of Calgary and of Lethbridge use A-F and 1-4 grade point average.
Highest on the scale:
8-9 excellent; A
Alberta: 6 for graduate students, 4 for undergraduates
Lowest on the scale:
1-2 Fail; F
Prince Edward Island
4 = 10th grade; 5 = 11th; 6 = 12th; 7 = 10th/11th; 8 = 11th/12th
1 = 9th; 2 = 10th; 3 = 11th; 4 = 12th
Quebec BYU–Hawaii Entrance Requirements
Complete at least one year of C.E.G.E.P.
- A = 90-100
- B = 80-89
- C = 70-79
- D = 60-69
- F = below 60
Note: Complete at least one year of CEGEP with 70%. Transfer credits are available for students with two years.