At the end of my junior year, with my
strong anxiety of getting good grades on my SAT test, I came to attend Tina’s
class in UR boarding admission. At first, I thought teacher, Tina is like most
of other teachers I met in Princeton, and other cram schools that only teach
student strategies and ask them to follow their scales, which will likely to
raise the students’ score. To my surprise, she broke the stereotype impression
of the SAT teacher in my images.
The experience in University of
Pennsylvania for master degree has impressed me in the first class. Do you know
that U. Penn is one of the ivy schools, which means it is really hard to get in?
Thus, due to her high education, it has brought me a step closer and trusts her
teaching. Also, under her enlightenment and experience of applying U. Penn
master degree, she shows me that she has the capability of grading our essays in
writing part of SAT. The feedbacks that she gave me are similar to the teachers
I heard from my report of SAT test, which shows her grading scale is
Tina is an amiable and an active teacher
who always smiles in the class by preventing students feeling pressure. Under
her body language activities, student, I become easily to memorize those hard
and long vocabulary.
In my opinion, I really think Tina is a
capable teacher who can teach SAT this field under many of her experiences,
never give up of finding the answers, and be willing to help students. By
encouraging the students who have the potential to gain higher grades, she will
give prizes to stimulate their abilities. With her strong desire of thinking for
students, she is the one who can help “you,” students to achieve your dream of
raising your grades.