1. Although this is just the extensive police search. I doubt map of volunteer searches exists and would be very difficult to create.

  2. thank you so much for linking the map for me! I could only imagine how intensive the ammount of work that would be needed to even consider making a map for all volunteer searches would be.

  3. It all depends on your willingness to learn and if you are able to learn without any guidance from a teacher. that will make or break it.

  4. I selected no and that I had a diploma looking to do individual credits. But it says you must be over 19 to not need proof of out of school

  5. I would recomend that you reach out to ILC and explain that you have ur diploma and see what they say, When do you turn 19 would it be easier to wait if its soon to apply?

  6. I’ve called them twice about it but they say I need it

  7. that is crazy. The TDSB main office should be able to provide some sort of proof. they have people working year round generaly.

  8. how many total assignments where there for this course?

  9. I'm working on obtaining my final 8 credits and I've already obtained 2. I've found that the time it takes for some of these assignments to get graded allows me to work on other courses in the meantime. I'm having a great deal of success with ILC and the only thing really holding me back is the time it's taking to get these assignments graded which is ultimately out of my control. I'm currently working on 5 courses right now and saving the 6th for last because it's Canadian history and I have a genuine interest in that course. My worst case is to have them all finished by the end of the year but I anticipate to be finished much much sooner than that.

  10. I think it depends on how good you are at multi-tasking, how quickly you want to finish the courses, and what courses you're taking. I had to take 4 classes through ILC and what I did was register for one first to figure out how long it would take me and how much work it would be and then decided I would have more than enough time to finish the other 3 and registered for them all at the same time. If I remember correctly ILC says the average time to finish a course is 3 months. The length of time also somewhat depends on how fast your grader is. Sometimes they'll have a grade to you the same day which makes the course go a lot faster and sometimes you have to wait the full 5 business days for the grade which can drag it out a bit. As a general rule though, I would start with one or two before adding more.

  11. Thank you so much for this extremly helpful advice!

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