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A3 Help. If you do not have an OUAC ID, please enter 999999
B2 Help. You are considered to be in a common-law relationship if (a) you and your spouse have been in a relationship for not less than 3 years, or (b) you and your spouse are living together in a conjugal relationship and raising any children of whom you are both the natural or adoptive parents.
B3 Help. You are considered a sole-support parent if you have any dependent children living with you on a full-time basis during your study period, AND you are single, separated, divorced, or widowed.
C1 Help. "Full-time" means 60% or more of a regular high school program. If you left high school at any time and were out of high school for at least one full year, enter the date on which you first left high school.
E1 Help. Definition of Pre-study period: If you were a full-time high school student in 2018-2019, your pre-study period is the time between the end of your last study period and the start of your 2019-2020 study period. If there are fewer than 16 weeks, enter the income received during the actual number of weeks. OR If there are more than 16 weeks between these 2 periods, enter the income received during the 16 weeks immediately before the start of your 2019-2020 study period.
If you were not a full-time high school student, your pre-study period is the 16 weeks immediately before the start of your 2019-2020 study period.
F Help. Study Period is defined at the period beginning September 1, 2019 to April 30, 2020
F4 Help. The amount listed should be the amount being used for your first year of study only. Not the full value in the plan.
F5 Help. Include investment income, monetary gifts, government benefits (E.I., CPP, etc.,) but do NOT include OSAP or other provincial government loan assistance information here.
G1A Help. If you are living with both of your natural parents, your father and mother must complete this section. If you are living with only one of your natural parents, this natural parent and his or her spouse, if any, must complete this section.
G1B Help. The parent with whom you currently live OR last lived, OR who last supported you, must complete this section.
G2 Help. Dependent children are children with disabilities, pre-school children and children attending elementary or high school who are under 16 years of age. Children 16 years or older must be a full-time (taking 60% or more of a full course load) high school or postsecondary student to be considered dependent. Children who do not have a disability and who have been out of high school for 4 or more years are not considered dependent.
G3 Help. If both parents are completing this section and the total combined income entered in items G3A, G3C is less than $6,200, the parents must indicate how the family's daily living costs are being met.
If only ONE parent is completing this section and the total income entered in items G3A, G3C is less than $6,200, that parent must indicate how the family's daily living costs are being met.
G4C Help. If you entered data on line 421 and/or 422 of your 2018 income tax return, subtract this amount(s) from line 435. Enter this revised amount in item G4C.
G5 Help. Completing this section should be done for extenuating financial circumstances beyond your family's control. Some examples of this may be, but not limited to; loss of job, if 2018 income included severance pay or significant insurance payout, or retirement.