Everything I learned, both in and out of class, helped to make me an educated, informed tutor. But, it wasn’t my degree that made me the kind of tutor that I was.
Month: March 2011
6 ways to turn your interests into extra-curricular activities for your university application (and how to do it so that it actually *benefits* *you* and doesn’t just pad your resume)
Tips, tricks and tidbits that will help one prepare academically, mentally, spiritually and psychologically for the demands of university.
During March Break you can be sure there will be plenty of representation from academic departments, the student union, clubs and services to answer your questions and sell their school. But the March Break experience isn’t always the most accurate representation of daily life at university.
The vast majority of Ontario universities require ENG4U to be included in your Top Six admissions average if English is your first language. But, there are 3 general exceptions to this rule:
If you have been doing self-study at home, enrolled at a non-accredited private school or program, following a well-known curriculum program that does not lead to a government diploma, or learning through travel and experiences, you can apply to university under the category of homeschooler.
The Advanced Placement (AP) exams can be used both in university admissions and often for earning university credits before you even arrive on campus.