Evolved Education Middle School Admissions Preparation
By: Mary Miele, Founder of Evolved Education & Meredith Godsall, Admissions Preparation Teacher at Evolved Education
Who is this preparation for? NYC Students applying to middle school
What do they learn? Students learn the skills needed to showcase one’s personality, academic skills and individuality during an admissions interview and skills assessment
Students learn how to
- how to listen and respond to questions (including how to interject in a conversation, how to politely respond, agree or disagree, how to work as a group toward a common goal)
- overall communication (body language, eye contact, facial expressions, annuciation and volume, poise, etc
- learn about how to read your audience
On-demand, on-site math and reading/writing prompts
Often at school interviews, students must complete a math and/or reading/writing assessment on site. In Evolved preparation, students learn how to
- think and create solutions on the spot
- best showcase their knowledge
- conquer the “what ifs”
At Evolved Education, middle school admissions preparation is offered in two ways
2. Group Work
Click here to register for the group class.
The benefits of this are that students will learn:
- The skills within a peer group
- How to interview and assess within a group
- How to work as a team to solve a group problem
Click here to register for one-to-one lessons.
During one-to-one preparation, students will learn:
- How to have a interpersonal conversation as opposed to group one.
- How to feel comfortable within an unfamiliar situation.
- To address individual challenges that a student may have with public speaking and on-demand assessments
Where? At Evolved Office: 364 East 69th Street, NY, NY 10021
When? Saturday, 10/28, 11/18, 12/2, 12/9, 12/16 from 9:00-10:30AM
Why Is this Preparation Beneficial?
Evolved Education has been working intricately within the middle school admissions and academic support process for years and we have found there to be tremendous benefits in appropriately preparing children for the middle school application process.
Most 5th graders have not had interview and “on the spot” academic assessment experience. Evolved Education finds that the preparation increases students chances of getting admission to their top choice school.