A preparatory session for recommendation-based admission exams was held on Sunday, September 29th.
Despite of the hot weather, which was too hot for the end of September, approximately 400 high school students and guardians came to the lecture, as entrance exams season shifts into high gear.
The session was led by Mr. Seiji Shimamura from Filio, a college preparatory school. Students were asked to solve practice exercises in the first 30 minutes, followed by an informative 90-minute lecture on the kinds of problems that are likely to appear in the recommendation-based admission exams. He not only advised the students about the exams, but also gave tips on how to make their study habits more effective during the remaining course of time. University hopefuls were seen writing notes down and asking questions in earnest.
Highly motivated after the session, one student who came from Takatsuki City, Osaka Prefecture, commented, “The lecture was very useful to me since I got to know what kind of problems KUFS might give in their exam. I’d like to focus on my study and do my best.”
In the individual interview booths with university staffs and current students, offered simultaneously, questions ranged from entrance exams to college life.
Thank you very much to the many people who showed up this day.