Private Schools Seminar
Anyone interested in attending a Private School in Canada should attend
this seminar. We will provide a complete overview of private schools in
Toronto and Vancouver (depending on location), and provide parents with
a roadmap on how to select a school that is right for their child.
Parents are often overwhelmed with the myriad of choices available to them
for their child's education. We help parents navigate the process, including
covering all aspects of the admissions process from school selection to
the application. In this seminar, we will also cover what it takes to get
into some of the best schools in Canada.
The "Private Schools" Seminar will cover the following topics:
- Different types of Private Schools
- How to choose a private school
- IB vs AP Programs
- Break-down of the application
- SSAT Entrance Test
- UTS Entrance
- Interview and Personal Statement
- Financial aid
The workshop provides an introduction to the SSAT, general tips and strategies,
and will cover all 4 parts of SSATs (verbal, reading, math and the essay).
The instructor will also provide a study roadmap for students in how to
further study for the SSATs on their own.
Study Skills and Time Management Workshop
How do successful students maintain high marks? What is the secret to improved
test scores? Why do some students do well in school with seeming little
effort? Anyone interested in improving test scores and earning high marks
should attend this seminar.
Students who perform well in school and on standardized tests use effective
study and time management strategies. This workshop will help students and
their parents develop an individualized study and time management plan that
Essay Writing Workshop
The new SSAT asks younger students to write a short story; older students
are expected to write an argumentative essay. Teachers and admissions officers
use these essays to learn more about potential and current students, to
determine students’ fluency in English, and to evaluate critical and
creative thinking. This workshop will introduce parents and students to
both creative and argumentative essays and will offer strategies to help
students become better writers.