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Well, they have come and gone. Many of my US clients flew up to vote. I think we all believed the Doomsday news about the Republican victory....We all did. What is a triumph is that America brought back some sanity to its political system. Even talks with the Chinese Premier saw some light at the end of the tunnel....And then there came missiles from Russia, waging war on Ukraine's neighbors - Poland.

I suspected that Putin could not accept failure and loss of Kherson. When the back is against the wall - unpredictability steps in. An awful gesture for Putin. Says how weak the Russians are in face of the NATO alliance.

What does all this bode for my students? Staying abreast of current events is critical. Analyzing the news and developing critical reading and thinking skills, poignant. Ergo, so you can stick to the facts and not any lies disseminated by rabid politicians.

And guess what? Gen Z saved the USA. It was the youths who came out, voted and changed the course of a fascist America. Young people, blacks, folks are entering a significant era of sweeping change. Imagine. The Senate is back in the hands of the Democratic party. Golly! BACK TO SAT This Saturday, a few students have been forced to sit SAT early. I believe that for some unforeseen circumstance they are forced to sit the experimental SAT exam. Those students can meet me any day this week for some intense drills. Just those students... SSAT Good luck with your interviews at the Pegasus. I believe you will all fare well. I have some of the interviewers were quite impressed with the Versan cohort. Excellent. GMAT and LSAT The struggle continues, though I do see progress on the frontline.

CSS Profile Happy to see most have completed and submitted. FAFSA completed. Financial Aid forms ironed out. Good progress. See you next week.



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Greetings from Bentley University! Our “Admission 101: Guiding you through the College Admission Process” series continues with a blog post on acing the college interview. The college interview, whether in person or virtual, is a great opportunity for students to share more about themselves, and it also allows admission counselors a chance to outline how their school might be a good match for them. We talked to the experts on our admission team to get their thoughts on what makes a winning interview, and what your students can do to stand out. Check it out today! We hope this information, and our entire Admission 101 series, gives you another tool for helping your students’ college search stay on schedule. Thank you for all you do.

Donna M. Kendall Associate Vice President of Enrollment and Dean of Undergraduate Admission

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