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SAT and University Visits

Class of 2020, story so far…

Around a quarter of the cohort now have offers from the UK. Some of these offers came through within hours of sending the application. BSM must have a very strong reputation with the UK admissions teams. We also have promising news about the EA/ED applications sent to the US last week. Several students have been offered local interviews with Alumni. We will be rigorously preparing them for these.

This week we are turning our attention to Canadian applications and the independent University of California application system.

Within lessons we have started preparing students for the social and emotional transition that they face when they depart BSM and embark on travels, work or study. We are asking them to make life adjustments that many of us would be daunted by. Consequently, we take this part of our role extremely seriously.

Mark Attwood 

 

University Visits

Monday 11 November, 12.40pm Humanities 6  – IE University, Spain
Tuesday 12 November, 12.40pm Humanities 6 – Temple University, Japan Campus

 

SAT

The SAT is a selection of optional external tests that many colleges in the USA require for admission consideration. Please speak with us about the suitability of this exam set before you sign up.

Registration deadline for 7 December test is on 8 November.  Please remember to register as early as possible as the BSM testing centre fills up quickly.

Do not forget to register for SATs at http://sat.collegeboard.org/home.

Remember to be early, by 7.30am, for the SAT.  Remember to bring the following materials when you test:

  •          Admission ticket which you print from your SAT registration console
  •         Your school ID, which will be used to properly identify you as the test taker
  •          Two number 2 pencils
  •          Calculator and/or backup calculator

 

John Macrow and Quennie Yang
Careers and Higher Education Advisers

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