Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

Updates to the ACT Exam Essay

August 26, 2015 by  
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The ACT Writing Test is changing! The old essay, according to the ACT, was “an exercise in classic persuasion,” while “the enhanced ACT writing test presents students with a rhetorical purpose that is more broadly argumentative.” What does this mean? Essentially, the old essay prompt presented students with an issue relevant to them and their experiences, such […]

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Questions About Law School? Book an Appointment with our Law Consultant

August 13, 2015 by  
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We are pleased to announce that due to the success of our Law School 101 Workshop, led by our law consultant Kerry Sheppard, we will be facilitating individual appointments with Kerry for post-secondary students who are interested in learning more about their law school options. One student found the session so informative, they wrote us […]

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Make the Most of August by Attending a Summer Enrichment Program!

August 13, 2015 by  
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With the start of the 2015-2016 school year less than a month away, ensure your students are prepared for September by enrolling them in one of our summer boot camps designed to help students make the most of their summer months. We still have limited space in the following sessions: Pre-Calculus 11 Boot Camp Pre-Calculus 12 […]

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Book Your Fall Appointments with Sara and Amanda

August 13, 2015 by  
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Consultants Sara Lopez and Amanda Halliday are now accepting new clients starting in September! If your student is seeking assistance with his or her academic planning and career exploration, Sara and Amanda are ready to help. Sara will be available at the South Granville and the South Surrey offices, and Amanda will be available at the West […]

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Start Your School Year Strong by Attending English Essentials

August 11, 2015 by  
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In her 2012 article “The Writing Revolution,” Peg Tyre explores how one struggling US school effected radical change by rethinking how students were being taught: eschewing what has become the traditional approach of asking students to express themselves creatively, the New Dorp teachers returned to classic grammar instruction, giving students the tools to write clearly and […]

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