There will be no blog today. I had to bury my father yesterday. Out of respect, I will not do a blog today. Hello Sandra,
Thank you for all that you do for your students, as well as for the time you take to maintain a partnership with us.
I invite you and your students to explore the in-person and virtual visit options we have to offer: On-campus information sessions and guided tours are open to Fall 2022 applicants. To make visits possible, the Office of Undergraduate A
Oh dear, I swear....with the results for CAPE and CSEC and SAT out, we noticed all these catatonic withdrawals...I suspect those who did poorly withdrew to the catacombs, not to be heard from....In my Sunday class, one could hear a pin drop. My assignment had not been completed by many. I suspect many think that you can simply study overnight for SAT and achieve a whopping score. In my 26 years of teaching, hardly! So I do not foresee the spectrum swinging for this group t
I must say, the week is chockful of appointments - everyone trying to complete applications, financial aid forms et al. It is good to see the assiduous response of students and parents. As you all make your appointments, I must urge you to set your Zoom meetings and to invite me on for your appointment. OFFICE CLOSURE The Kingston branch will be closed all day on October 26. Please note for your diaries/records. SAT/LSAT/SSAT REGISTRATION Please remember to register for yo
So the SAT went by peacefully on Saturday. I only heard complaints that the Reading passages were taxing and caused one to go down to the wire with time. I do hope the current students are able to focus and practice so this does not become an issue in December. I already see that it is an issue in the current SAT group as 50% did not turn in the Reading Comprehension assignment. Guess what? Only the students who did will get a response on how they did and tips to improve