By Nicholas Bacarella
Writing for the Humanities and Social Sciences
By Margeaux Perkins
Great Success at GAMC
The 2nd year of Global Aspiring Medic Conference with 240 students was a huge success!
How Reading Can Make You a Better Writer
One of the questions I get most often as a writing teacher and boarding school counselor is “How can I make my child a stronger writer?”
Top 5 Tips to Get the Most out of Your Internship
Internships are gaining in popularity, and are considered by some to be a necessity in order to get into a good school or get a good job once you graduate. If you’re going to invest all that time in working for a company (especially if you’re not being paid), you should do everything you can to make sure you’re benefitting from your work. These top tips will help you get started.
Creative Writing is for everyone!
More times than I can remember I’ve been told by friends, acquaintances, and students that they’re not “good” at creative writing. The excuses range from “I’m more of a technical person” to “I’m not a strong writer” to “I never know what to write…making stuff up is hard!” To everyone who thinks that creative writing isn’t for them, I say creative writing is for everyone!
Congrats To 2016 Inter-School Mock Trial Winners!
Congratulations to The 2016 Inter-School Mock Trial Champion:
St. Paul's Convent School
Mock Trial: Pretrial Guide
Pretrial is your very first opportunity to make an impression on the judge. Though not technically a graded portion of most mock trials, pretrial is incredibly important, because it sets the tone for the rest of your case, and lets the judge know what to expect.
Tips for Improving Your SAT Score
The SAT is approaching, and your stress levels build by the day. “What score will I get? What if it’s not good enough? What if I have to take it more than three times?”
The Key to Perfecting Your Personal Statement
In order to master the art of writing the UK Personal Statement, students must have intellectual passion for their chosen subject. Applying for law? Make sure you know the skinny on tort and contract. Going for literature?