Ok, so I have noticed. I am truly burnt out. Nodding off to sleep during a few meetings...I am out of whack, circadian rhythms off....I am excited that as we wind down to Dec 2, the big day for our SAT students... Mock exams commenced yesterday until Friday. The groans about Math went to the holy heavens....but, they will survive. On Friday, December 1, the GRE grand dame will sit her exam. On December 2, our law school applicant will sit his exam. Keymo and Shari, good luc
I am still reeling. From fatigue and somewhat peace. A lot of planning went into the Boarding School Fair. We had great kids, loved by all...they looked adorable in their suits and really displayed their mastery of interviewing skills well. I have posted pictures to showcase the week's happenings. The students from Rusea's High who were bused in to partake in the Fair - also great to witness. How tiring it must be for the interviewers. MONTEGO BAY Ms. Reid, one of our Adm
After months of preparation, we have finally teetered on the big day. Ads went out, radio promotions....but what we do know is that the public strolls in to get information, but Versan has SSAT students who have sat and are sitting their SSAT exams. They are very excited. Their parents are, too. I know that they will do well, because their twelve weeks of classes will almost come to a close, but I have enjoyed their company. Amazing kids. Another life lesson learnt tomorro
The SAT, SSAT exams are three weeks away. I forgot to add the LSAT as well. I have remained somewhat silent on the social media as I am bogged down by the editing of essays, financial aid forms, final lists of colleges, tax forms, preparation for the boarding school fair, hosting colleges who have visited our shores (Vassar, Bowdoin, Wellesley, Lafayette, Selkirk) that I have not been able to keep up with the minions on the Whatsapp Messenger. My thoughts are still with you
After the results rolled in, the doubting Thomases started dumbing down their selected list of schools.
Oh, I can't get into that school now......was the echo ice refrain from most and sundry. I simply harrumphed. There is December. What do I know? Many did not study efficiently. Some were stuck in a state of smug complacency. They used one SAT book for practice. Others were angst-ridden on the day of the exam and blew their chances. What do we know? We cannot move forw