A Bit of Advice

Samuels, Dorry
December 2006
Teen Ink;Dec2006, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p26
The author presents pieces of advice for students on handling their impression of a school. She relates accompanying her brother and his friends on a visit to a similar school in Boston, Massachusetts which she toured before. They were turned off by the attitude of the guide. She points out that a staff member does not represent the entire school.


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