"Go for a run, there will be spring in the wind"
Today's guest is Amy Ren
A girl who likes drawing, writing and photography
Her writing is as warm as the spring breeze
Her writing is smooth and powerful
longing for the unknown
she wrote her story
For those of you who fight side by side
let's listen together
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Can you briefly introduce yourself first? What about your school and current state? I hope more friends can know you
Hello everyone, I am Amy Ren. I am a senior in a Catholic public school. I like business and psychology. I got 7 in the IELTS first naked test. I am the Student Council international rep. CTC VP. When I typed this paragraph, I had just submitted Ivey AEO's application and got satisfactory results in the religion test.
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What is your university application experience like in British Lions? Is there a teacher who particularly impressed you?
I signed up for the British Lions University application package. I went abroad relatively late and I was in a public school. Relatively speaking, the school’s support for the application is not as strong as that of Chinese private schools. I also have the kind of personality that I don’t want to leave any regrets. British Lions I have been a volunteer since I first came here, and I am quite familiar with all the teachers. I also feel like a big family, and the teachers are very strong, so I went along with the flow and got involved.
I think the teachers of British Lions have their own styles. For example, my favorite teacher T is a very gentle person. My extroverted personality can be easily stimulated at this time, and brainstorm will go smoothly. A relatively strong teacher may not be suitable for me. There is no good or bad teacher, only suitable or not.
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What part of the college application is more challenging? Where do you think your understanding of college applications comes from?
I think the university application, whether it is the teachers, or the experience and contacts I have gained in the British Lions, although I am not very good now, but lacking any big or small nodes, I can’t do it to this extent. The most challenging thing is the anxiety of keeping pace with the school test and ISU in various 500words800words and subsequent video interviews.
I may really have a lot of information about university applications. First, I know a lot of people, and there are plenty of sources of information. Second, I have a personality that likes to communicate, and I think it is very important to take the initiative to approach people. The third is that I often go to lectures, whether online or offline, because I firmly believe in a truth that methods are more important than hard work. Listening to what you say is better than reading ten years of books. Fourth, I live in the school teacher's home, and I understand a lot when chatting. Fifth, because I personally prefer to sum up experience and share it. In the process, I will also deepen my understanding a lot.
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Could you tell us about your experience as a British Lions volunteer? everyone wants to know
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What do you think are the bright spots in your life or study?
As far as my personal background is concerned, I went to Vietnam as a teaching volunteer alone, because I was one year younger than my peers when I skipped grades. I was lucky enough to join the Student Council and continue to participate in organizing school activities, CTC platform leader, UVA, WSSC long-term activities, long-term municipal government volunteers , domestic bank intern, British lion marketing intern. In fact, it is still a bit lacking, because of the heavy pressure in the country, and going abroad in the second half of the eleventh grade, there is still a limit to what can be done in one year. But I went to all the interviews I could, and I had no regrets.
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For you who are so outstanding now, what experience can you share with your juniors?
For friends in tenth and eleventh grades, I would like to suggest, hurry up, get to know more people, explore yourself, clarify what you want, devote yourself to activities, don’t let go of every message, be grateful and strive for more . In fact, sometimes the pain is so painful, but looking back, it is calm.
For everyone in the twelfth grade, the main event has basically come to an end now. Waiting for the offer to be anxious and impatient may wait for the final voice to turn it into carnival or sadness, but I hope we can all find a balance in this battle, no matter what the result is Also understand that those stark dawns and those tired eyes that are open all day and night are definitely not in vain. Take good care of what you can grasp now is enough, there is no shortage of sunshine, and opportunities are everywhere. I say it to myself, and I also say it to you who may have the same complicated emotions.
The picture shows the words written by Amy
I will be here for a whole year until 2019.1
i love canada
so proud of our school
So grateful for all the kindness and luck I've encountered
I also love the past self who never gave up
Go run, there will be spring in the wind
wish us luck
I am Amy Ren, here is my QR code
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