Tags: summer activities
Unless, of course, you're applying to graduate school, in which case, read on.
The summer is a busy time for aspiring graduate students: lots of graduate school admissions cycles open up in the fall, meaning that MCAT tutors, GRE tutors and GMAT tutors are often the busiest this time of year! That means hoards of students are also working hard to ensure a strong performance on test day.
It can be so hard to start a study project (any project) in the heat of the summer. Between the beach, the pool, and the couch, studying is often the last thing on a student’s mind. But summer months present so much potential – from firming up your base knowledge in last year’s subjects, to getting in a little advance SAT prep, to making sure your basic reading and writing strategies don’t begin to slip.
Among the many camps to choose from in NYC this summer, our colleagues over at Art Kids have put together a fantastic week-long program that exposes students aged 4-16 to the theatre world in NY and cultivates their acting and production skills.
The Middle School Maze is back with a 2013 summer reading list!
With July and August just ahead of us, the summer is rife with opportunity to read. While you’re not in school, reading can take on a life of it’s own. Books become openings to new worlds, not the sign of dreaded after-school tasks.