WEDNESDAY BLOG "THE SAINTS COME MARCHING IN"
Within a week, the first batch of students will sit the NEW SAT on May 7th. I do hope they will have read prodigiously, practiced night and day, scoured all literary magazines recommended...oooh, if wishes were horses.
I know that most, if not all students, use the first as the "teaser", then suddenly, the second time and third time around, we see the climb...the surge towards a perfect score.
If I were to hand a test to the current batch, I fear that the responses I would receive are:
"The Maths, Miss, I don't know...."
"Not enough time to complete all 4 passages..."
"I ran out of time, period!"
"I should have spent more time preparing".....
So please use these few remaining days to cement the weak areas and forge ahead.
Mock exam is this Friday at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. for others.
OK, I need you to relax, breathe and pray...#LiveloveVersan.
Congratulations to Chevonae Walcott graduates from UPenn this May and has won one of the highest Mechanical Engineering awards at the school.
Jamar Sewell - Hampton University
Kathryn Darby - UBC
Chad Spencer - Florida Institute of Technology
Pia Fearon; Barry
Gillian Edwards - Illinois Institute of Technology
Ria Thakurani - Chapman University
End of April, just a ‘reminder’ that students need to be making decisions in relation to any course they wish to commence in the September, 2016 intake.
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