I know this probably isn't the right place to put this, but I really couldn't find the right place to. In fact, I'm posting on this forum as opposed to a university forum as I have seen all of you prove yourselves and prove you know what you're talking about.
A strange thing has happened to me. I fell below a C+ avg in my 4th year of an Honours Math degree, and I was moved to general. They trim courses when this happens, and after the trimming, I'm going to graduate with a B+ average, with a General Degree in Mathematics.
My Intention is to do an MBA, preferably at a Canadian or UK school (I feel US is out of the question), and I'm just wondering if a 3 year in Math with a B+ average is enough to get into a decent school (I'm thinking UofT or McGill).
I figured Business Math was the best place to ask. Thanks for anyone who responds, and apologies to the forum mods.