I was wondering of what to choose, at the moment i kinda want to go into the medicine field, but at the same time i kinda want to do architecture as well, but i don’t have physics 12 and apparently U of T doesn’t offer architecture design. So im kinda lost. please help! =)
Let me get straight to the point here.
A-??? your lack of grade 12 physics does not prevent you from getting into “the medicine field” whatever that may be. Take a look at all the boring questions I answered regarding this subject, under the tag “med-school”. You can apply to UofT through the social science/humanities stream and still get into first year science courses that are required for life science programs. But again, that does not guarantee you getting into anything medicinal.
B- Yup, architecture at the undergraduate level here at UofT is more on the theoretical side. But that’s common in Canadian/American universities. In any case no undergraduate program will enable you to graduate as an architect, and theory is probably important too. If you are looking for something more hands on and design-oriented, you should look elsewhere (Ryerson comes to mind, but there are probably other places).