ï»¿ Yes, that is proper. They willingly took the SAT. For fun! Hard to believe, I know. We speak usually about the SAT and our Dean of Admission, Tim Brunold, advised we take it in order to relate to the students with whom we work. Sam and Eric accepted the process. I sat straight down with both of them to talk about exactly how it went. This will be what they had to say:
Q: Why did you decide to take the SAT?
S: I was curious. We make use of it and have so numerous conversations it felt irresponsible to not actually know what it was like around it that.
E: I suppose we decided to just take the test for a reasons that are few. I think both of us thought it might be enjoyable. (We might have been incorrect). And it was thought by us would help us connect a bit to the applicants and realize that it was just one aspect of this process.
Q: Now that you have finished your undergraduate and graduate work, did you will find it easier or maybe more difficult this time?
S: It was absolutely harder, I believe because I don’t sit right down in a classroom analyzing literature or doing math these days, so my brain just is not trained for that kind of material anymore. We additionally took it ahead of the writing was added so it seemed so much longer with that added section.
E: I thought the reading and writing were considerably easier this right time around. I suppose the dozens of Continue reading