Monthly Archives: July 2016


Fair? Nope. Cheating? Probably. Unsurprising And Preventable? Definitely

In May 2013, the College Board outright cancelled the administration of the SAT in South Korea because someone had obtained and distributed copies of numerous SAT and SAT Subject Tests.  Since some of these tests consisted of entirely new material that had never been used on previous assessments, the only logical conclusion is that either [...]

July 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Transitioning to college–and good luck to the Class of 2016!

I lived in the same house in the same small town for most of my 17 years before my parents dropped me off at college. Coming from a close-knit family and having the same friends since kindergarten, I was not prepared for the newness of every day. Freshman orientation programs taught me about campus resources, [...]

July 13th, 2016|0 Comments