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Consulting Department â&#x20AC;&#x201C; History To Date the results. We let our work speak for itself and to date, our guarantee program has maintained an overall success rate of 83%.

2002

2007 marked the introduction of our prediction model. Following the success of the guarantee program, we created the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Predictorâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a proprietary algorithm through which we were able to predict student application success. The Predictor has been a staple of ThinkTankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Consulting division, and it has allowed us to provide our clients with a level of detail unmatched in the industry.

ThinkTank Learning is pleased with the extent to which both our Academic and College Consulting divisions have been embraced since their launch nearly a decade ago. However, this is not to say that weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve rested on our laurels. Our position at the vanguard of college consulting strategies has been accompanied by the drive to continually modify and improve both our products and our service. Our Premium College Admissions Program (PCAP) was launched in 2004. At a time when academics and test scores were considered the sole criteria for college admissions, the importance of crafting a unique and genuine personal statement was misunderstood. ThinkTank Learning worked tirelessly to develop a program that would both identify the unique qualities of the student as well as to illustrate these qualities in a compelling but coherent manner.

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2005 was a testament to the successes of our services. Once the results of the class of ZHUHUHOHDVHGLWZDVDQDIĂ&#x20AC;UPDWLRQ that pioneering may entail great risks, but it also yields great rewards. We had proof that our methodologies were sound, and to further develop our services, we created an integral role: Essay Consultants â&#x20AC;&#x201C; professional writers extensively trained in shepherding students through the college essay writing process.

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ThinkTank introduced our Guaranteed PCAP program the following year. With the utmost faith in our abilities, the guarantee offered clients what they were most concerned with

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2009 was the continuation of development, which expanded our staff and also introduced our proprietary software, the ThinkTank Database. The TTD has enabled us a platform to ensure the highest level RIFXVWRPHUVHUYLFHZKLOHXWLOL]LQJ$UWLĂ&#x20AC;FLDO Intelligence to provide the best level of consultative services possible.

3. What universities and majors will we be applying to?

Our All-in-One-Program, or AIOP, came in 2010, and was the largest expansion thus far of our consultative services. Education, of course, does not begin and end with prep classes, tutoring, or the college application. It is the aggregate of years of academic and personal development. With this realization, we sought to provide the best service by including all that a student would need â&#x20AC;&#x201C; reading and writing coursework, personalized tutoring, our premium college counseling service, and so forth. To date, we have had enrolled over 250 students, and have maintained a stellar customer satisfaction rating.

It is a ThinkTankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s philosophy that each student can excel, but each studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s path to excellence may be unique. Through each of ThinkTankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s services, particularly our PCAP program, we look forward to getting to know each of our students to provide the best experience, service, and results possible.

At ThinkTank Learning, we not only help families answer these questions, but with years of experience, our consultants strive to prepare all students for success in college and beyond.

It is perplexing why universities expect high school seniors to think and express themselves as adults when they are still teenagers! In the world of composition and writing, a personal statement can be best GHVFULEHGDVDUHĂ HFWLYHQDUUDWLYH something that is never taught or practiced in school, and which is certainly not instinctive.

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A thorough understanding of self is essential to a successful personal statement and it is something that takes willingness, time, and talent to effectively express. ThinkTank consultants assist the student in their self-knowledge, as well as how to express this knowledge through the college application. Prior to the release of the 2012-2013 college application prompts, we are working with RXUULVLQJVHQLRUVRQWKH3HUVRQDO5HĂ HFWLRQ Prompts, a three-level program designed to help students better understand themselves and their interests before beginning the college essay.

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We are looking forward to what this year holds, as well as the many success stories our students will tell. And, who knows? One of these stories could be yours.

1. What do our studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interests lie? 2. What are we planning for after high school and also after college?

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හാఁ‫ޠي‬লᏱ࢑ؑঐᏱҢഎѠпົ຺Ս ‫ש‬Ȃկ࢑ؑঐᏱҢ‫ޠ‬Ԛѓϟၿഎ࢑ᑀΚณ Ρ‫ޠ‬Ȅഇႇє၇ॏდ‫ޠ‬ө໷݉ଡ଼Ȃ‫ש‬উ෉ గ૗஋Π၍ؑΚঐᏱҢȂп߰Ѡпӱ΢Յ ౵ӵණ‫ٽ‬ഷԂ‫ޠ‬စᡜȃ݉ଡ଼пІԚ‫ݏ‬ȂЏ ‫ש࢑ڐ‬উ‫ޠ‬ӫਯҨ፝є၇ॏდ੬ր຀Ꮟܼ ೼ᘉȄ ‫ܗ‬೩ղЗϜԥঐᅹඌȂ࣐ϨቅөτᏱ्ᄈ ೼‫ٳ‬ᗚѬ࢑ȶߨЎԒȷ‫ޠ‬ାήᏱҢ෉గࣦ ାȂ‫ו‬గуউ૗஋ԄӤԚ΢ૢӵࡧՄᇅߓ ႁՍ‫ש‬ȉ!ഇႇНԆ‫ޠ‬ጢᙒᇅಣӬȂϮಞ ചख़฼Н൸࢑Κ጖૗஋Ї࢏ঐ΢‫ٲࢉޠ‬Ȃ Ᏹਯ௄‫ٿ‬ϛཽఁղ೼ኻ‫ٲޠ‬௒Ȃ೼η๙ϛ ࢑᏶Ꭽ‫ޣ‬ញ൸ѠпቹூԂ‫ޠ‬Ȅ

Κၰٗ‫ٿ‬Ȃ‫ש‬উϛᘟӵःึུ‫ޠ‬໷ҭȇЏ ‫ڐ‬ᄈসϏІఁ৲ۢ෉‫ޠ‬ӶᙜଌጜȂ௄ґᚭ ᏽȇහാᄈܼᇅᏱҢȃঢ়ߞ‫ޠ‬Ϥ୞‫݉ࡋڸ‬ Р८ȂϛᒹᎸΩӵ‫׺‬Τ‫؂‬ӼЗ՗Ȃଡ଼ؒ‫ש‬ উ‫݉ޠ‬ଡ଼ࠣ፵‫؂‬ᑹ‫׈‬जȄϭЉȂහാఁ‫ي‬ ‫؂‬ᠯ༈ӵҔԓࡈҁȂᒛၛ៬ୱყ໦஡ϸԚ Ᏹཿ៬ୱІЁτᏱ៬ୱ‫ڎ‬ঐഌߟȄуউ஡ ‫؂‬஠ЗयΩܼөՍ‫ޠ‬ስ஀Ȃණ‫؂ٽ‬ၐᄃ‫ޠ‬ ၦଊᇅ݉ଡ଼Ȅ

्ቹΚ጖Ԛѓ‫ޠ‬Ս‫ש‬Ϯಞചख़ȂᄈҐٙഇ ᄖӵΠ၍࢑्҇‫ޠ‬Ȃདྷ्ԥਞӵџߓႁη ϛ࢑ӈৡܿ‫ٲޠ‬௒!Ȃሰ्‫ڏ‬റ஽੩‫ޠ‬ཏ ᜺ȃࣻ࿌ቷ၊‫ޠ‬ਣ໣ȂпІᎍϹ‫ޠ‬Ϙ๽Ȅ හാఁ‫៬ي‬ୱყ໦ϛ༊ᔔֆᏱҢΠ၍Ս ‫ש‬ȂӤਣηᔔֆуউӶҨ፝τᏱਣȂిᅎ ᅿयӵߓႁഷ‫ޠٺ‬Ս‫ש‬Ȅ

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Ӷ3123.3124‫ޠ‬τᏱҨ፝ୱ‫ڣ‬я‫ࠊٿ‬Ȃབ ‫ٿ‬བӼ‫ޠ‬ାήᏱҢȂഇႇ‫ש‬উ‫ޠ‬੬ੇህᏳ пІӼ໧ࢳ‫ޠ‬஠ཿขᡜȂ‫ྀఽ؂‬ӵΠ၍Ս ‫ש‬пІՍϐ‫ޠ‬ᑺ፹Ȃп߰຀КЁτᏱ‫ޠ‬฼ НȄ

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ၚღ໥ Ҩ፝τᏱ‫۠ޠ‬࿾СᅛႂߗȂ࿌ίҔ࢑்࣐ ࡇφ‫ޠ‬ґ‫ٿ‬୉я೤დ‫ޠ‬ഷ‫ٺ‬ਣᐡȄӶໍΤ Ҩ፝ࢻโϟࠊȂ‫ש‬উ҇໹‫׳‬яίӗᜱᗥୱ ᚡ‫ޠ‬๏਱Ȉ

‫ש‬উ෉ࡠϭԒ‫ޠ‬Ԛ‫ݏ‬ȂпІ೩೩ӼӼ‫ש‬উ ‫ޠ‬ᏱҢϸ‫ٵ‬уউԚѓ‫ٲࢉޠ‬ȇ‫ܗ‬೩‫ڐ‬Ϝϟ Κ൸࢑ղ‫ٲࢉޠ‬Ȋ

Ȇ!ᏱҢউ‫ޠ‬ᑺ፹Ӷ঻၈ȉ Ȇ!ାϜ౴ཿࣦՎτᏱ౴ཿϟࡤ‫ޠ‬РӪӶ !!!঻၈@ Ȇ!ᒶ‫ق‬ȉᒶਯȉ঻ঐ२्ȉ

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AIOP (All-in-One Program) If you are not facing college applications this fall, appreciate the time you have to improve your student profile. We recommend you consider: 1. 2. 3. 4.

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LuShuang Xu, Aragon High Harvard - Class of 2015

Andrew Liao, Del Mar High Stanford - Class of 2015

Getting into a top-tier school used to be a distant dream for me. But with help from TTLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wonderful staff and environment, that dream is now a reality.

ThinkTank Learning helped guide me in obtaining an internship at Stanford, which greatly enriched my VWXGLHVDVZHOODVVROLGLĂ&#x20AC;HGP\LQWHUHVW in biology. Óśŕˇ&#x201E;ŕ´žŕ° â&#x20AC;ŤŮ&#x160;â&#x20AC;Źá?ąŕŹ˛â&#x20AC;ŤŢ â&#x20AC;Źá&#x2C6;&#x2026;Ö&#x2020;ÎŻČ&#x201A;ॿá?łâ&#x20AC;Ť×Šâ&#x20AC;Źá&#x2022;&#x2013;ŕŻ&#x201A;ÓśTubogpseĎ&#x201E;á?ąâ&#x20AC;ŤŢ â&#x20AC;Źá&#x201E;&#x192;ಭ á?Ąŕ˝˝Č&#x201A;ŕłźŕŚ?á?Ąŕ˝˝á&#x2122;ľŕľłÎ â&#x20AC;ŤŢ ×Šâ&#x20AC;Źá?ąŕ˛­ĐżĐ&#x2020;á&#x20AC;¤á&#x201E;&#x192;Πâ&#x20AC;Ť×Šâ&#x20AC;Źá&#x201E;&#x2C6;ܟҢâ&#x20AC;ŤŢ&#x2018;â&#x20AC;Źá?ąâ&#x20AC;ŤŢ â&#x20AC;Źá&#x2018;ş á?šČ&#x201E;

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ം౼ ๼ऽॏდ Ԅ‫்ݏ‬ᗚ‫ء‬ԥ्Ӷ೼ঐऎ۠Ᏹ෉Ҩ፝τᏱȂࣣ፝௕ਣ໣ȂӒ‫ױ‬Սϐ‫ޠ‬ঐ΢ᔭ਱୉ூ‫؂‬ԂȄ ‫ש‬উ࡛ឋ்ࡧՄΚίȂ 2/!‫෉ߞޠש‬ҭዀ࢑ࣦቅȉ 3/!‫्ש‬ңࣦቅР‫ٿݳ‬Мࡼ‫෉ߞޠש‬ҭዀȉ 4/!‫ש‬ӶαঐᏱԒӶ঻Р८ߓ౫ЩၷԂȉ 5/!‫ש‬౫Ӷ঻Р८ԥ‫ؐໍܛ‬ȉ དྷ्αЗҭϜഷ౪དྷ‫ޠ‬τᏱȉ்҇໹஡ዦ௒ᇅ੬ߞ‫׳‬я‫ٿ‬Ȃ࡛ҴକΚঐ឵ܼՍϐ‫ޠ‬ᑀ੬ҭዀȂ‫ש‬উ ‫៬ޠ‬ୱყ໦ཽණ‫ٽ‬ᆤӬ‫݉ޠ‬ଡ଼‫ٿ‬ᔔֆ்ᇰఽҭዀȂϸ‫ߓݚ‬౫Ȃ‫ٯ‬йॐΚ৉ණЁՍ‫ޠש‬ॏდȄ Ԅ‫்ݏ‬ԥҭዀࠔϛఽ्ྀԄեႁԚȂ‫ש‬উ࡛ឋ்ၮ‫ש‬উ‫៬ޠ‬ୱङঐਣ໣Ȅᔔֆ்Π၍Սϐ‫ޠ‬ᓻȃӜ ༗ȂණЁ்ഃჳ‫ޠ‬ᐡ౦࢑‫ש‬উ‫ۡޠ‬ԠȄ ๼ऽॏდᡲ்᐀ԥᐍঐහാఁ‫ي‬ყ໦Ȃ‫ٵ‬ԥ‫׈‬ᐍ‫ޠ‬ᒛၛၦྜȂӶᝰ‫ލ‬Сઊᐮ੩‫ޠ‬ЁτᏱᕘძϜȂᔔ ்ᛨયᓻ༗‫ޠ‬ഷࠊᆓȄϛ፤்࢑ུಌҖȂᗚ࢑དྷ्‫؂‬αΚቺዃ‫ޠ‬ᓻ‫ؿ‬ᏱҢȂ‫ۧ࢑ܗ‬ґึදՍ‫ש‬૗Ω ‫ޠ‬ᏱҢȂᄈܼϛӤ‫ޠ‬ᏱҢȂ‫ש‬উණ‫ٽ‬Ӽϰঐ‫ܓ‬Ͼ‫݉ޠ‬ଡ଼Ȃпᅗ٘‫ڐ‬ሰؒȄ ௄AIOPϜ்ཽᕖூȈ Ȇ!ӱ்Π၍හാఁ‫ي‬஡ཽ࣐ࡇφණ‫ٽ‬ӓР՞‫׈‬ᐍ‫ޠ‬஠ཿყ໦݉ଡ଼ȂӶᏱཿІґ‫ٿ‬ЁτᏱϟၰഋ !!!ϜȂ்Шሰ࣐ϛ‫ޤ‬ԄեᔔֆࡇφՅश඙Ȅ Ȇ!ณ፤Ӷ୥ђ፟ѵࣁ୞ȂྦറτᏱҨ፝ȂԄեኦቹഷԂ‫ޠ‬Ս༉๊๊Ȃහാఁ‫៬ي‬ୱყ໦஡ཽӓΩМනȄ Ȇ!ณ४‫ښ‬ӵ୥ђ‫ש‬উԚѓ‫ޠ‬ାϜӒঔ፟โȄ Ȇ!ᔔࡇφ೤დԥཏဏ‫ޠ‬ස෉ࣁ୞Ȃᙵ൳ାϜҢీ‫ޠ‬፟ѵࣁ୞စᐤȄ Ȇ!ึ৥‫ٯ‬йߓ౫ࡇφϘ๽ȃ‫׭‬Ѿᇅዦ௒‫๋ޠ‬౲Ȅ

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Coaching and Much More for Chinese Students Looking to U.S. By DAN LEVIN/Journalist of the New York Times/2011.5.30 Happily for Ms. Lu and for ThinkTank, the approach worked. She has just completed KHUÀUVW\HDUDWWKH8QLYHUVLW\RI3HQQV\OYDQLD Capitalizing on the increasingly globalized education system, ThinkTank Learning has tapped into the market in the United States and China. The founder of the company is Steven Ma, 32, a former Wall Street analyst who started the company as a business for preparing students for college entrance tests in 2002 before expanding into application consulting in 2006, starting with seven students. In 2010, that number had risen to 300, including 75 from China. The company said it made about $7 million last year, with 50 percent from admission consulting.

Jim Wilson/The New York Times

BEIJING — In December 2009, a rejection letter from Columbia University found its way to the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. It was addressed to Lu Jingyu, a top student and member of her school’s student government. As she read the disheartening words, Ms. Lu immediately began to panic. Where had she JRQHZURQJ"+RZFRXOGVKHÀ[WKLV"

ThinkTank said it was able to distill the college admissions process into an exact science, which Mr. Ma compared with genetic engineering. “We make unnatural stuff happen,” he said. Students, whose parents often pay tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, are molded by ThinkTank into well-rounded, socially conscious overachievers through a regimen often beginning as early as the year before entering high school. The company designs extracurricular activities for the students; guides them in essay writing; tutors them for the SAT, the U.S. college admission exam; and helps them with meetand-greet sessions with alumni.

For answers, she turned to ThinkTank Learning, a college admission consulting company from &DOLIRUQLDWKDWKDGUHFHQWO\RSHQHGDQRIÀFH in Shenzhen, next door to Hong Kong. “I wanted American professionals to look at my application and shed some new light on how I could make it better,” she said. The price was steep: 100,000 renminbi, or $15,000. But it came with a 100 percent moneyback guarantee — if Ms. Lu was rejected from the nine selective U.S. universities to which she applied, her family would get a full refund.

“There’s a system built by colleges designed to pick out future stars and we are here to crack that system,” Mr. Ma said.

Ms. Lu brainstormed with a ThinkTank consultant on ways to redo her admissions essay, which had originally been about playing badminton. The new version she came up with focused on a cross-strait dialogue conference that Ms. Lu had organized with high schoolers in Taiwan.

LuShuang Xu provides an example of that approach. Ms. Xu, who was born and raised in China before emigrating to suburban California at age 9, had high hopes that she

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only one has needed a refund, though two clients have been granted admission only if they pay full tuition.

ZRXOGEHWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWLQKHUIDPLO\WRJRWR college. But poor results on a practice SAT and a dearth of extracurricular activities convinced Ms. Xu, 17, that she needed a scholastic makeover if she were to make it into a school her parents could brag about to relatives.

Helping students from China clear the college entry hurdles has presented ThinkTank with a fresh set of challenges. Often they have poor English language skills and have done little with their free time beyond homework. Yet their parents often demand the Ivy League.

ThinkTank sent her to a public speaking camp, helped her improve her college essay and gave her the e-mail addresses of all the members of the Stanford University history department. At the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s prompting, she found two internships with department professors. She also enrolled in ThinkTankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s college prep courses, which helped improve her SAT score 410 points to 2160 out of 2400. Next autumn, she will start at Harvard University.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We really have to hold their hand and do everything along with them,â&#x20AC;? Mr. Ma said, including deliberately leaving spelling mistakes on college essays so they look authentic, training them for the Test of English as a Foreign Language and building extracurricular activities from the ground up. ThinkTank has founded Model United Nations groups, built a Web site for a Shanghai studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s photography project to get news media coverage and helped another obtain funding to build a hydroelectric generator. For ambitious Chinese parents, ThinkTankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sales SLWFKLVGLIĂ&#x20AC;FXOWWRUHVLVW/L0DQKRQJD homemaker from Beijing, has planned for years to send her 17-year-old son to an American college, going so far as to enroll him in a private high school in Portland, Oregon, for the past two years to improve his English and his rĂŠsumĂŠ.

Shiho Fukada/The International Herald Tribune

ThinkTankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s success with students in Californiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Asian-American community, which accounts for 90 percent of the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s American clients, has drawn interest from wealthy parents LQ&KLQD0U0DRSHQHGDQRIĂ&#x20AC;FHLQ6KHQ]KHQ in 2009 and another in Beijing last year.

After learning about ThinkTank from a neighbor, Ms. Li persuaded her husband to sign a contract for 90,000 renminbi, which focuses on nine selective U.S. schools. ThinkTank will train her son for the SAT and help him pick internships and even college courses once he becomes a freshman. Ms. Li sees the cost as an investment in her sonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future.

The company entered China at a time when the college consulting industry on the mainland was booming, with numerous agencies promising to make Chinese studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s academic dreams come true, often through questionable practices.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whatever it takes to reach his maximum potential,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worth it.â&#x20AC;?

Mr. Ma said that out of 110 mainland students,

<Extracts from The New York Times, International Herald Tribune>

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ԃҭࠊϑစӶᇾԏτᏱ‫׈‬ԚΠτΚ‫ޠ‬ᏱཿȄᄈܼ ೼Κؐෙ࠸ਞȂᑌϊ‫ە‬ᇅහാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲഎད‫ࣻژ‬࿌ ᠎‫ݡ‬Ȅ! ւңᇅС঎ቩ‫ޠ‬ӓ౩Ͼఁ‫قي‬ಜȂහാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲϑ စԚѓ҉Τज୾ᇅϜ୾‫ޠ‬ҀൠȄ හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ഻ᒳ΢࢑ήΫΡྒ‫଼ޠ‬ਐᖏ ȲSteven MaȳӒҢȂϟࠊ࢑Κ՞๽ᅮຘ‫ޠ‬ϸ‫ݚ‬ ৲Ȅ೼ϵѨ௄3113Ԓ໡ۗӒ࢑ᔔֆᏱҢྦറτᏱ‫ޠ‬ ΤᏱՄၑȂ‫ژޣ‬3117Ԓᘘτ࣐ᐍᡞ‫ޠ‬ΤᏱᒛၛ݉ ଡ଼ȄഷߒѬԥΝӫᏱҢ‫ژ‬౫ӶϑစԥήԼӫᏱҢȂ ‫ڐ‬ϜԥΝΫϥӫ࢑‫ٿ‬ՍܼϜ୾Ȅ!හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲᇴ џԒ໸ւӵଛΠՎЎΚљ‫ޠ‬ᏱҢໍΤ౪དྷ‫ޠ‬τᏱȄ

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හാఁ‫ي‬ᏱଲࡿяȂτᏱΤᏱҨ፝࢑૗஋ೞᙾϾ ԚΚߟᑀԥ‫ޠ‬ऌᏱȂ଼ӒҢ‫ٯ‬਍ஆӱϏโᏱ‫ٿ‬୉ ЩൖȄȶ‫ש‬উᡲႃनՍด‫ٲޠ‬௒ึҢȄȷуԄԫ ᇴၿȄ

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හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲණ‫ٽ‬ΠΚ৉‫ق‬ಜȂ௄ᏱҢໍΤାϜ‫ޠ‬ ࠊΚԒ൸໡ۗȂуউ೤დᏱҢ‫ޠ‬፟ѵࣁ୞ȃЖᏳу উ‫ޠ‬ቹձ‫׭‬ѾȃህᏳуউྦറTBU)ज୾‫ޠ‬τᏱΤ Ᏹຠ໕Մၑ*Ȃ‫ٯ‬йᔔԋ௷ലяਯЅᇅуউُ८һ ࢻȄᏱҢᙥԫ‫ق‬ಜཽೞมᑒԚӶަཽαЩႲ෉Ԛ൸ ᗚτ‫ޠ‬΢ȂӱԫᏱҢঢ়ߞ‫܂܂‬᜺ཏϟМрα࿳ࣦՎ Ϋ኶࿳जߝ‫ޠ‬хቌȄ

࣐Πூ‫ژ‬๏਱ȂԃᙾՅؒֆܼज୾࢒ឣऌ୾ርఁ‫ي‬ ໲ყ)ज୾හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ*ȇ೼ঐ‫ٿ‬ՍђԏȂ஠ߟህ ᏳᒛၛାϜҢໍΤτᏱӫਯ‫ޠ‬ᐡᄻȂഷߗӶ᎒ߗॸ ෬‫౐ޠ‬Ӵ໡೪ΠϸഌȄ ȶ‫ש‬དྷ፝೼‫ٿٳ‬Սज୾‫ޠ‬஠ཿყ໦ᔯຝ‫ޠש‬τᏱҨ ፝ਫȂ๞‫ש‬Κ‫ޠུٳ‬དྷ‫ݳ‬Ȃᡲ‫ޤש‬ၿԄե૗୉ூ‫؂‬ ԂȄȷԃᇴၿȄ

ȶτᏱࢆᒶ೼‫݃ٳ‬Сϟ࢒࢑ԥ‫قޠۢڿ‬ಜȂՅ‫ש‬উ ൸࢑஠ߟӶખ၍೼‫قٳ‬ಜȄȷ଼ӒҢᇴၿȄ ৹គ౞൸࢑ΚঐഷԂ‫پޠ‬φȄ!৹ϊ‫ە‬Οྒ‫ޠ‬ਣ঑ ௄Ϝ୾ಌҖ‫ژ‬ђԏ‫ॢޠ‬ୣȂ঩ҐᅗЗ෉గՍϐ૗Ԛ ࣐ঢ়ఋϜಒΚঐατᏱ‫ޠ‬΢Ȃկ࢑‫ٲ‬ᇅ᜺ႃȂTBU Ԛᕽϛ౪དྷђα፟ѵࣁ୞‫ુޠ‬нȂᡲ࿌ਣΫΝྒ‫ޠ‬ ৹ϊ‫ە‬ᇰ‫ژޤ‬ȂԄ‫ݏ‬ԃདྷ्αΚ‫ܛ‬૗ᡲЯҕᖜαӏ ீ‫ٯ‬й૗Ӷᒒ௞८ࠊ࣏᝻‫ޠ‬ӫਯȂԃሰ्Κ‫ٳ‬၅ఀ ௪ࢋȄ

೼ኻ‫ޠ‬хቌ‫ٯ‬ϛ߰ۤȂ्ቌΫ࿳΢ҖᄍȂࣻ࿌ܼΚ ࿳ϥξजߝȄ!ߤழ຀ณਞߴᜍӓ᚟ଞ෢‫݉ޠ‬ଡ଼!˕! Ԅ‫ݏ‬ᑌϊ‫ە‬ೞ‫ܛڐ‬ԥҨ፝‫ޠ‬Ο‫ܛ‬ज୾τᏱ‫ܣ‬๙ܼߟ ѵȂԃ‫ޠ‬Яҕ஡ཽூ‫ژ‬ӓ᚟‫ޠ‬ଞ෢Ȅ Ӷᑌϊ‫ە‬ᇅහാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ‫ޠ‬ᒛၛ΢সဟΩᐮᕞϟ ίȂ஡‫ڐ‬ΤᏱҨ፝฼Н२ུ‫׾‬ቹȂ঩‫ޏޠٿ‬Ґ຀२ ܼԃ҉Ղ౩‫ޠ‬ᘉᘉᅏᅏȂུ‫ޏޠ‬Ґࠍ࢑຀Ꮟܼԃ෇ ᖓӬѯᢋᏱҢ೤დಣᙒΚൠ‫ۭڎ‬ϜᏱҢһࢻཽ‫ࢉޠ‬ ‫࣐ٲ‬лȄ

හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ࡛ឋԃџ୥ђϵಁ‫ޠ‬ᅌᗀःಭᕋȂᔔ ֆԃණЁቹձ‫׭‬ѾȂ‫ٯ‬й๞ϡԃ‫ܛ‬ԥѭϞդτᏱᐤ

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ࡺᓀԆԂᡲНതࣽକ‫ڏٿ‬ԥѠ࡚߭Ȃଌጜуউྦറ ԝᆌՄၑȂ‫ٯ‬й௄Ⴎ໡ۗழስуউ୥ᇅ፟ѵࣁ୞Ȅ හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ೪ҴΠȶዂጓᖓӬ୾ȷϊಣȂ๞Κ՞ α੖‫ޠ‬ᏱҢឹኈձࠣ೪ဋΠΚঐᆪયп‫ུڦލ‬ᆹ൭ ᡞᛋӏȂ‫ٯ‬йᔔֆѫΚঐᏱҢ༔ூ࢝೪ΚѯЬΩึ Ⴌᐡ‫ޠ‬ၦߝȄᄈܼగφԚᓹ‫ޠ‬Ϝ୾Яҕ‫ٿ‬ᇴȂහാ ‫ޠ‬՘᎜๋౲࢑ᜳпц΢‫ޠܣ׫‬ȄΚ՞і‫ޠٶ‬ঢ়৴л ஐ؄୦ै)ॲណ*Ȃϑစ᝱დӼԒདྷ्ଛуΫΝྒ‫ޠ‬ ‫ڌ‬φџज୾ατᏱȂࠍ࢑Ӓԋ௷‫ڐ‬φພьӶ༺୛۬ ԏ‫ݱ‬੬៍Ҁ‫ؾޠ‬ҴାϜ൸᠟‫ڎ‬ԒȂ࣐‫࢑ޠ‬ቩໍ‫ڐ‬ऽ Н૗Ωᇅᡲ‫ؒڐ‬Ᏹቻᐤ‫؂‬ԂȄ ௄᎒۩‫ޠ‬πϜ҉᠚‫ژ‬හാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ‫ޠ‬؄ϊ‫ە‬ᇴ݉ԃ ӒҢ᛬ίΠΚિΟ࿳΢Җᄍ‫ޠ‬ӬङଭᄈΟ‫ܛڐܛ‬ᒶ ᐆ‫ޠ‬ज୾τᏱȄහാఁ‫ي‬Ᏹଲ஡ཽଌጜԃ‫ڌޠ‬φྦ റTBUՄၑȂ‫ٯ‬йᔔֆу‫ڦލ‬ᄃಭ‫ޠ‬ᐡཽȂࣦՎህᏳ τΚུҢ‫ޠ‬ᒶ፟Ȅ!؄ϊ‫ە‬஡೼ঐ߇ຳຝ࣐ᄈу‫ڌ‬φ ґ‫׺ޠٿ‬ၦȄ ȶңᅿ‫ܛ‬ԥևΩпႁ‫ژ‬у‫ޠ‬ഷτ዗૗ȄȷԃᇴၿȂ ȶ೼ΚϹഎ࢑অூ‫ޠ‬Ȅȷ Ȯᄣᓄܼ઺ङਣൣ୾ር‫ޏ‬Joufsobujpobm!Ifsbme! !Usjcvofȯ

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10 Foods to boost your brainpower Increase your mental agility and improve your memory by choosing the right foods

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Vitamin C has long been thought to have the power to increase mental agility. One of the best sources of this vital vitamin is blackcurrants. Just a handful a day is all you need to get your recommended daily amount of zinc, vital for enhancing memory and thinking skills.

Walk into a room and forget why youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re there? Forget already what this articleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about? Make sure youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re eating a diet rich in a mix of wholegrain foods such as cereals, wheatbran, wheatgerm and wholewheat pasta. One study found that women who increased their folic acid, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6 intake showed an improvement in recalling information compared to women who were not taking a supplement.

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A great source of vitamin K, which is known to enhance cognitive function and improve brainpower.

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Sage has long had a reputation for improving memory and although most studies focus on sage as an essential oil, it could be worth adding fresh sage to your diet, too.

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ဟΩᕋᎵ၅๞‫ޑ‬Ȉ Ӷഷߗ‫ޠ‬ᚃᏱࣩԥ‫ڎڎ‬ᆎᕋᎵ၅๞‫ޑ‬ആԚ࡟τ‫ޠ‬ ଠ៫Ȅ‫ڐ‬ϜϟΚѪ୉(\H4ȂѠпቩໍࡇ่ဟΩ ‫يึޠ‬Ȃ‫ڐ‬Ԛϸ࢑‫ױ‬ᓻ፵‫౐ޠ‬੖ന‫ݷ‬ᇅУُ૪‫ݷ‬ )evening primrose oil*ђп።ᇨՅԚȄ!ऽ୾ гࢼ࿌ӵ‫ޠ‬ः‫ࡿف‬яȂӶ݉ң(\H4ϟࡤȂԥԼ ϸϟѳΫ‫ޠ‬ᏱҢӶᎨ᠟૗ΩпІᏱಭ໲ϜΩ‫ޠ‬ਣ ໣ߞ࡚αഎԥ‫ؐໍܛ‬Ȅ ѫΚᆎᕋᎵ၅๞‫ޑ‬Ѫ୉Ethos EndymionȂ‫֥ڐ‬ ԥѿఌC)L-Carnosine*Ȃ!ѿఌC࢑Κᆎ஽Ω‫ޠ‬ ‫ੋ׫‬Ͼ‫ޑ‬Ȃ೾ளӶ‫ݾ‬ᕜҪϲሬȃ‫׾‬๢ጴ፵ȃђഁ །πᘿӬпІߴៗဟഌ౱ҢആԚဟഌՃϾᇅߢ૮ ੖ᓷ઀‫׌ޠ‬ഌර༶ȄดՅѿఌCл्࢑ចᙡӶᚙ Չ‫࢑ܗ‬ዶՉϜȂӱԫ೼ᆎᕋᎵ၅๞ࠣᄈܼષॶ޲ ‫ٿ‬ᇴࣻ࿌ᄃңȄ

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ֆᕜ‫ݳ‬Ȅሰ्ᇴ݃‫࢑ޠ‬Ȃαख़ಒήᆎဗฯȂη൸࢑ϊᜱ࿾ᆤ Ӭ઀ȂӼᒶңК‫ݾݳ‬ᕜȂ‫ٻ‬ϊᜱ࿾ඉ՞ȇ‫ܗ‬नᎭनᚭႼ‫ݳ‬Ȃ ‫ٻ‬೻ಣᙒᕼӲȄԄ‫ݏ‬೼‫ݾٳ‬ᕜϛ‫ݏ‬ȂӕՄኍ‫ڐ‬ѻᕜ‫ݳ‬Ȅᄈܼ ЇඉึҢ‫ޠ‬ဗฯȞԒϲึ୉ົႇ3ԪȟȂІဗෝ໣ϊᜱ࿾ᆤ Ӭ઀ொ޲ȂႲ٪࢑ഷ२्‫ޠ‬ȄӶႲ٪ୱᚡαȂᒶᐆ໾ॶȃϜ ᛿Іၽ୞എ࢑Ѡ՘‫ޠ‬Ȃ‫ڐ‬ϜϜ᛿Ⴒ٪࢑ഷϹᄃѠᎭ‫ޠ‬Ȅ‫ڐ‬ᄃ ဗෝ໣‫ޠ‬ଽᓟȂဗෝ໣‫ޠ‬ՋဖȂԥ఩ϛશ‫ޠ‬ഀӶΚକȂϛ࢑ ഽϛѠખ‫ޠ‬Ȃᓎ຀ਣ໣‫ޠ‬௱ಌȂ٦ᆎɆᒒஞณ໣ɇ‫ޠ‬๗Ӭཽ ౶ᚭȂ೼ኻӶ‫ڟ‬።ၽ୞αؐ።࡟ᜳΚयȂ೼࢑ࡩ‫ܓ‬ဗฯึҢ ‫ޠ‬਴Ґ঩ӱȄ

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ം౼ ‫ܙ‬౱‫׺‬ၦ߭ଋREITs‫׺ޠ‬ၦᐡཽ! ձ޲ȈႫᆓቕ!Daniel LoyȂ!ђԏພь‫׺‬ၦ౪ଓ៬ୱ!519.43:.865:! ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱ΚӪ࢑๽΢ൊན‫׺ޠ‬ၦ໷ҭϟΚȂկຶዃ Ԟ઩‫ٯ‬ϛԄདྷ჌ϜሇᚭȂђα‫ޣ‬௦‫׺‬ၦ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱ሰ ्୞ңτ์ၦߝȂѬԥЎ໕ၦߝ‫׺ޠ‬ၦ޲ґ҇ Ѡп୥ᇅ೼‫׺ٳ‬ၦȄՅഷߗȂѫΚঐ຺ᗎ඾І‫ޠ‬ Р‫ݳ‬Ȃ࢑ഇႇ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱‫׺‬ၦ߭ଋȞɆREITsɇȟ‫׺‬ ၦ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱ȄREITs!л्‫׺‬ၦܼ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱໷ҭ‫ޠ‬໲ᡞ ‫׺‬ၦॏฬȄREITs࢑ഇႇึ՘޷ಊ‫ڨܗ‬ઊ᏶ᜍ༔ ໲‫׺‬ၦ޲‫ޠ‬ၦߝȂดࡤໍ՘‫ܙ‬ӵ౱‫ܙܗ‬ӵ౱ܱ‫ܬ‬ ູ෢‫׺‬ၦȂ‫ېٯ‬ଋ‫ܗ‬ဓ፝஠ཿᐡᄻ‫ڸ‬΢সᄃࢋ‫ڏ‬ ᡞ‫ޠ‬စᕋᆔ౪Ȅ඾೾‫׺‬ၦ޲ѠпӶߴࡼၦҐࢻ୞ ‫ޠ‬ӤਣȂ୥ᇅ঩Ґሰ्τ໕ၦߝ‫ܙޠ‬ӵ౱‫׺‬ၦȂ ᕖ‫ܙڦ‬ӵ౱‫׺‬ၦІစᕋԞઊȄREITs!ഇႇ᐀ԥІ ᆔ౪Ѡழ‫ٿ‬ԞΤ‫ܙޠ‬ӵ౱໷ҭȂ‫پ‬ԄȈϵ൴ȃ ᗋ‫ޑ‬ϜЗȃϏཿ౱ୣȃପଛϜЗȃା๊B઼ᒳϵ ዃȃτ࠯‫ޠ‬ഀᚈႮ୶‫ۺ‬᎝я઩ܼBest BuyȃWalMartȃWalgreenȃHome DepotȃLowesȃO IÀFH0D[ȃTargetȃCostco๊‫ڸ‬τ࠯‫ޠ‬ഀᚈ଩ ‫ۺ‬ཿ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱я઩ܼMarriottȃHilton๊Ȃਢၾാ ӵ‫׺ޠ‬ၦя઩єࢃΠਢၾύೆȃྥഢϜЗȃ࡚୆ ؇ȃାᅮЊ౩ൠпІၾအጇᓟ‫ޠ‬я઩ཿଡ଼๊๊-! ᗚԥΚ‫ٳ‬௄‫ܼٲ‬୧ཿ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱ܱ‫ູܬ‬෢‫׺ޠ‬ၦȄ Ս௄2:71ԒӶज୾Ҕԓ೪Ҵ‫ޠ‬зࣩαಒΚ଺ ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱‫׺‬ၦ߭ଋϵѨȂREITsϑึ৥Πົႇ61 ԒȄREITs‫׺‬ၦᆔ౪‫ޠ‬஠ཿϾโ࡚ϛᘟණାȄᖄᢏ ज୾REITs‫ึޠ‬৥စᡜѠࣽяȂ‫׈‬๢‫࢑࡚ښࡢݳޠ‬ ߴᜍREITsୋஷึ৥‫ޠ‬२्఩ӈȄ࣐ߴៗ‫׺‬ၦ޲‫ޠ‬ ւઊϛ‫཭ڨ‬ড়Ȃज୾ᄈREITs‫ޠ‬೩ӼР८എԥᝓੀ ‫ޠ‬೤ۢȂл्єࢃȈӶԞઊϸପР८Ȃ्ؒ஡ؑ Ԓ๙τഌϸԞΤп౫ߝ޷ւ‫ޠ‬Рԓϸପ๞޷‫ݎ‬ȇ Ӷ޷᠍๗ᄻР८Ȃϛϱ೩ົτ޷‫ޠݎ‬ԇӶȇӶԞ Τ๗ᄻР८Ȃ्ؒSFJUt‫ޠ‬ԞΤл्‫ܙܼྜٿ‬ӵ ౱‫ޠ‬စᕋԞઊ‫ڸ‬3Ԓпα‫ܙޠ‬ӵ౱೏ဋԞઊȂ٪ ЦREITsᓝᖆ‫ޠ‬฼෉ᐈձȄ೼‫ٳ‬௪ࢋߴᜍΠREITs ‫ޠ‬೤ጓϾၽձȂ७մΠτ޷‫߮ݎ‬Ҝϊ޷‫ݎ‬ւઊ‫ޠ‬ ॴᓏȂ௄ՅჃᓿΠ‫؂‬Ӽ‫׺‬ၦ޲‫ޠ‬୥ᇅȄϵѨ्Ԛ ࣐ዀྦ‫ޠۢݳ‬REITs‫ၘޠ‬Ȃ҇໹‫ױ‬ഷЎ!:1&!‫ޠ‬ଷ ใࡤ౒ԞઊȂп޷ਁ‫ם‬ԓۢ෉ࣃึ๞‫׺‬ၦ޲Ȅᅗ ٘Κۢ఩ӈ‫ޠ‬SFJUtϛ໹һϵѨ‫ܛ‬ூใȂпᗘռ ᚗ२ใԞȂ௄ՅණାΠ‫׺‬ၦ޲ԞઊȄ!

ᇅ‫ޣ‬௦‫׺‬ၦ‫ޑ‬ཿࣻЩȂӶһܿ‫ܛ‬αҀ‫ޠ‬REITs᐀ԥ ၷା‫ࢻޠ‬೾‫׺)ܓ‬ၦ޲Ѡп჌ຶ፳޷ಊૢຶ፳REITsȄดՅȂREITs‫ޠ‬ቌੀѠ૗ཽၷၦ౱౒অя౫ ྗቌ‫׸ܗ‬ᡲȄ*Ȅ೼᜹ஆߝ࣐‫׺‬ၦ޲ණ‫ٽ‬ᐡཽȂ ᡲ‫׺‬ၦ޲Ш໹‫׺‬Ττ์ၦߝȂϑ૗‫׺‬ၦܼτ࠯‫ޠ‬ ‫ܙ‬ӵ౱໷ҭȄԫѵȂҦܼREITs‫׺ޠ‬ၦಣӬ᐀ԥ Ӥ઩ଡ଼Ԓ෉‫ڸ‬઩Й᜹ր‫ޑޠ‬ཿȂӱԫȂSFJUt!Ҽ ԥֆϸය‫ܙ‬ӵ౱໷ҭ‫׺‬ၦ‫ॴޠ‬ᓏȄ‫׺‬ၦ޲Ѡп೾ ႇϵ໡αҀ‫޷ޠ‬ಊ‫ڸ‬༇‫ޣڕ‬௦ໍ՘ຶ፳Ȅ!ηѠ п೾ႇѫѵ‫ޠ‬ΚᆎґαҀ‫߭ޠ‬ଋ!)Public NonTraded REITs*!пΚ޷Κ޷ຶ፳‫ޠ‬Рԓໍ՘‫׺‬ ၦȄѠпңIRA/Roth IRAଞӅவЙ‫ܗ‬඾೾வЙ༳ ቹҨ፝൑൸૗୥ђΠȄ࡚ؑ۠ԥᄈ፰൑ᐄ-!ηѠ αᆪࢦၛ፰൑ȄSFJUt௄Κۢโ࡚αᙵ൳Π‫׺‬ၦ ᆎ᜹Ȅ

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Fall 2011 Class Schedule Palo Alto ...... 650.288.3710 English Intro to Writing & Literature

| 9/10 - 12/24

Vocabulary Foundation

| 9/6 - 12/20

Grammar & Essay Composition

| 9/10 - 12/24

Comprehending Critical Reading | 9/10 - 12/24 Intensive Vocabulary Mastery

| 9/7 - 12/21

Perfecting Grammar & Style

| 9/11 - 12/25

Advanced Critical Reading

| 9/11 - 12/25

English classes: Total 40 hours, 16 sessions.

SAT I Test Prep SAT Boot Camp

| 10/1 - 1/21

SAT Boot Camp

| 10/1 - 1/21

SAT Boot Camp

| 10/2 - 1/22

SAT Boot Camp

| 10/2 - 1/22

SAT I classes: Total: 60 hours, 15 sessions

SAT Subject Test Prep SAT Math

| 9/24 - 10/30

SAT Math

| 11/6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1/22

SAT Physics

| 9/24 - 10/30

SAT Physics

| 11/5 - 1/21

SAT Biology

| 9/24 - 10/30

SAT Biology

| 11/5 - 1/21

SAT Chemistry

| 9/24 - 10/30

SAT Chemistry

| 11/6 - 1/22

SAT Subject classes: Total 30 hours.

Homework Helper Math & Science

| 8/22 - 12/7

Homework Helper Monthly Membership: Membership fee is determined by the number of days attended. *No classes on 11/26/11 & 11/27/11. Schedule is subject to change without notice.

DISCOUNT

Please contact the center for discount info and detailed class schedule.

25 4131 El Camino Real #103, Palo Alto, CA 94306


Fall 2011 Class Schedule Plesanton ... 925.226.7930 English Intro to Writin Writing and Literature 2 Intro to Writ Writing and Literature 2

San Francisco ... .. 415.668.6686 English

| 10/3 – 12/14 | 9/10 – 1/28

Comprehe Comprehending Critical Reading | 10/3 – 12/14

Intro to Writing & Literature 2 Vocabulary Foundation Grammar & Essay Composition

Compreh Comprehending Critical Reading | 9/10 - 1/28

Comprehending Critical Reading | 9/21 - 11/30

Vocabulary Foundation Vocabu Vocab Vocabulary Foundation

| 10/4 - 12/15 | 9/10 - 1/28

Intensive Vocabulary Mastery

| 9/21 - 12/4

Perfecting Grammar & Style

| 9/20 - 11/30

Adva Advanced Critical Reading Adv Advanced Critical Reading

| 10/3 - 12/14 | 9/11 - 1/29

English classes: Total 40 hours, 20

In Intensive Vocabulary Mastery Intensive Vocabulary Mastery

| 10/4 - 12/15 | 9/11 - 1/29

English classes: Total 40 hours, 20 sessions.

Math & Science Honor Inter. Algebra Honor Pre-Calculus Honor Chemistry AP Biology

9/12 - 11/16 9/13 - 11/17 9/12 - 11/16 9/13 - 11/17

English classes: Total 40 hours, 20 sessions.

SAT I Test Prep SAT Boot Camp SAT Boot Camp

| 8/20 – 10/15 |10/22 – 12/17

SAT I classes: Total: 60 hours, 15 sessions

SAT Training

Math Accel. Math 1H Geometry

| | | |

| 9/24 – 10/16

| 9/22 - 12/1 | 9/21 - 11/30 | 9/22 - 12/1

| 9/12 - 11/17 | 9/12 - 11/17

Math classes: Total 40 hours, 20 sessions.

SAT I Test Prep SAT Boot Camp

| 8/20 - 11/15

SAT Boot Camp SAT Boot Camp

| 10/1 - 11/19 | 10/22 - 12/17

SAT I classes: Total: 60 hours, 15 sessions

Esssay Workshop

| 9/3 - 11/19

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Classperiod subscription includes 4 tests (14 hours)

SAT Subject Test Prep

SAT Subject Test Prep SAT Biology

| 10/15 - 11/20

SAT Chemistry

| 10/15 - 11/20

SAT Math II

| 10/15 - 11/20

SAT History

| 10/15 - 11/20

Homework Helper Math & Science

SAT Math II SAT Biology SAT Chemistry SAT US History

| 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 10/2 - 11/20 | 10/2 - 11/20

SAT Subject classes: Total 30 hours.

Homework Helper | 8/22 - 12/22

Homework Helper Monthly Membership: Membership fee is determined by the number of days attended. *No class on 11/21/11-11/24/11, 12/24/11, 12/31/11, 1/7/12, 1/14/12. Schedule is subject to change without notice.

Math & Science

| 8/15 - 12/15

Homework Helper Monthly Membership: Membership fee is determined by the number of days attended. *No classes on 9/3/11 & 9/4/11. Schedule is subject to change without notice.

DISCOUNT Please contact the center for discount info and detailed class schedule. 915 Main Street Suite C,Pleasanton, CA 94566

2455 Taraval Street, San Francisco, CA 94116


Fall 2011 Class Schedule Millbrae ... 650.692.2838 English

San Mateo ... 650.312.8300 English

Introduction Writing & Literature 2 | 9/12 - 11/21 Vocabulary Foundation | 9/13 - 11/17 Grammar and Essay Composition | 9/12 - 11/21 Comprehending Critical Reading | 9/13 - 11/17 Intensive Vocabulary Mastery | 9/13 - 11/17 Perfecting Grammar & Style | 9/13 - 11/17 Advanced Critical Reading | 9/12 - 11/21

Math | 8/27 - 10/22 | 8/27 - 10/22 | 8/27 - 10/22 | 8/27 - 10/22 | 8/27 - 10/22

| 9/10 - 10/29 | 10/30 - 12/18 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 10/30 - 12/18 | | | |

9/3 - 9/25 10/1 - 10/23 10/29 - 11/20 11/26 - 12/18

9/10 9/10 9/10 9/10 9/10

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10/29 10/29 10/29 10/29 10/29

| | | | |

| 9/19 -11/22

TOEFL

| 9/19 -12/1

SAT Boot Camp

| 9/10 - 10/29

SAT Boot Camp

| 11/5 - 1/21

SAT Math II 10/30 10/30 10/30 10/30 10/30

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12/18 12/18 12/18 12/18 12/18

|Year Around

| 9/10 - 10/29

SAT Biology

| 9/10 - 10/29

SAT US History

| 9/10 - 10/29

SAT Math II

| 10/1 - 11/19

SAT Chemistry SAT Physics

| 10/1 - 11/19 | 10/1 - 11/19

SAT Subject classes: Total 30 hours.

AP | 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29 | 9/10 - 10/29

Advanced Critical Reading

SAT Subject Test Prep

SAT Subject classes: Total 30 hours.

AP Biology AP Chemstry AP Physics AP History AP Statistics AP Government AP Macroeconomics

| 9/21 -12/1

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Class-period subscription includes 4 tests (14 hours)

SAT Subject Test Prep | | | | |

| 9/19 -11/22

Perfecting Grammar & Style

SAT Training

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Class-period subscription includes 4 tests (14 hours)

SAT Math II SAT Biology SAT Chemistry SAT Physics SAT History

Intensive Vocabulary Mastery

SAT I classes: Total: 60 hours, 15 sessions

SAT I classes: Total: 60 hours, 15 sessions

Training Training Training Training

| 9/19 -11/22

SAT I Test Prep

SAT I Test Prep SAT SAT SAT SAT

Vocabulary Foundation

English classes: Total 40 hours, 20 sessions.

| 10/23 - 12/11 | 10/23 - 12/11 | 10/23 - 12/11 | 10/23 - 12/11 | 10/23 - 12/11

Math classes: Total 30 hours, 15 sessions.

SAT Boot Camp SAT Boot Camp

| 9/19 -12/1

Grammar and Essay Composition | 9/21 -12/1

English classes: Total 40 hours, 20 sessions.

Algebra 1-2 Algebra 3-4 Geometry Pre-Calculus Calculus

Creative Writing

| 10/30 - 12/18 | 10/30 - 12/18 | 10/30 - 12/18 | 10/30 - 12/18 | 10/30 - 12/18 | 10/30 - 12/18 | 10/30 - 12/18

Homework Helper Math & Science

| 8/22 - 12/21

Homework Helper Monthly Membership: Membership fee is determined by the number of days attended.

AP classes: Total 30 hours.

Homework Helper Math & Science

| 8/16 - 12/21

Homework Helper Monthly Membership: Membership fee is determined by the number of days attended. *No classes on 11/26/11 & 11/27/11. Schedule is subject to change without notice.

*No classes on 11/11/11, 11/24/11 -11/28/11, 12/22/11 - 1/9/12. Schedule is subject to change without notice.

DISCOUNT Please contact the center for discount info and detailed class schedule.

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49A El Camino Real, Millbrae, CA 94030

2743 S El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA 94403


Fall 2011 Class Schedule Fremont ... 510.623.0800

Cupertino ... 408.253.8300 English

English Grammar Foundation Advanced Grammar Comprehending Critical Reading Advanced Critical Reading

| 9/26 - 12/7 | 9/26 - 12/7 | 9/25 - 2/26 | 9/25 - 2/26

Grammar and Essay Composition| Comprehending Critical Reading | Intensive Vocabulary Mastery | Perfecting Grammar & Style | Advanced Critical Reading | ESL | TOEFL |

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Jennifer Gaynor is a native Californian and avid reader who graduated from the University of California, Davis, with a B.A. in French and International Relations. Her junior year of university was spent studying abroad at the Institute of Political Studies at the University of Grenoble in France. Jennifer later earned a J.D. from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. Jennifer has tutored children of all ages and backgrounds and believes that learning can be both fun and productive. At Think Tank Learning, Jennifer teaches numerous English courses in addition to tutoring both native and non-native English-speaking students. She works on understanding how each child learns in order to help him or her succeed. Jennifer is looking forward to helping your children on their road to success!

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т༧ᖐȂԤҏ‫ٱ‬ձՌϏ໠Ι໢ ۹Ȃএ‫ܒ‬஼άϚ݈ᒯ‫଻ޟ‬ਏᖎ Ȃፐ๿೻ΙѯၗȂ໠ంΟт‫ޟ‬ ഺཾϞၯȄ ٥ΙԑȂ଻ਏᖎϗΠΪ ġġġġġ ѲྑȂ࣏ΟϚᡱΡࣼሆȂζ࣏ ΟၭՌϐ፰Ιο੉Ȃ଻ਏᖎᎬ ๿ၭ݉Єঅ‫ޟپ‬ΠνछϯȂࣺ ࿋ཱིܻѮᄌΜ࿲ϯଔড়Ȃᆐӵ Πȃέ‫ہ‬Ϛ‫ڗ‬ન‫ޟپ‬ᒲϴࡉȂ ৤໠т‫ޟ‬၄ఀ‫ཾٱ‬Ȅ ȸσ྅࢐ߑҡϞᛙϚࣧߏ ġġġġ ֑Ģȹ଻ਏᖎӱᏹᇳȂȸ಑Ι এТ‫ิר‬ኄ֙‫ܣ‬ҡȂ‫ؠ‬Ԥј೽

າᏰҡȂತܻԤΟ಑Ι๋ԝΣ

Ᏸҡο࿬ࣺ༈Ȃ‫؁پܣ‬ӻ‫ޟ‬п

଻ΰ֜ЕΠΪӻ՝ᏰҡȂငҥ

҈юջາఀᏰ‫ޟ‬ວؑȂ‫ؠ‬ད‫ڗ‬

ϛҡසȂ௰юΟ‫ؽ‬Ρ‫ۺڗ‬ড়ఀ

ԝΣႳਢЍுైᄞǴܻ࢐тࡨ

ᏰҡȂၭෂ෈ΠԻӻΡࣺШȂ

ȂᏰҡӱ‫ڗ‬ਮ༪Ȃѫ഻Ϊӻএ

ൟශ੉ඉᕗȂႆΟෂ୅ܼ۟ࡣ

ᚖॗ‫ٮ‬՗‫ޟ‬σ୦ᐠȂശࡣ൷Ӓ

ࣼ‫ڗ‬ЀᏰᒚၚၭ़М၄ఀџо

Іᔖ੫տԁȄᖑ݂‫଻ޟ‬ਏᖎȂ

ЀᏰငᡛϷ‫ٴ‬๝ᏰҡȂ‫ؠ‬ད‫ڗ‬

ᖎႭ࢑௥ඁএਰυȂ‫װ‬ՌϏ‫ޟ‬

ႫၗȂ಑ΠএТ‫׽ר‬ᡐ๊౱Ȃ

Ȋȹ

Ȃᡱ၄ಬੲԤΟཱིᙽᐠ Ȅ ġ

Οଔ‫پ‬ȂΠɒɒέԑ൷ᗈΟΡ

ર๿ᇳȂԁ჋ՂჃོΙኺᅌଢ଼

Ȃ൷ଚዩߜȄ଻ਏᖎӱདଔ‫پ‬

‫ܚ‬Ԥଽϛҡ഍ᐊЖȂҐ‫پ‬ԃդ

ᜲȂтӵၭᏰҡϣଢ଼ϛี౪Ȃ

᜹ཎၭтϷ‫ٴ‬ҡࣀΰႄ‫֨ޟڗ‬

ᖎᢎᄆΨ஼ȃᒑ‫ڷ‬ΨஊȂᏰҡ

ᔗுၭ๿ѿൟᡐϽϞѴȂ଻ਏ

၄ఀᒚၚᚖॗΙࣕՄऔ

ฒ३џ૖‫ޟ‬ґ‫پ‬Ȅ೻ኺ‫ޟ‬՗᎛

ӪਮȂᡱᏰҡড়ߝ߆ᓀծີ‫ڗ‬

छϯϚ้Ȃ൷૖໌ΣࠉѲΪσ

ؑȂ኿ᄴ๿Ᏸҡ߆έν‫ڗ‬Ϥ࿲

߳ᜌΣᏰȂ֏ࠌӒ᚞ଝາ‫ޟ‬ວ

ᒚၚ݈୛‫ޱཾޟ‬Ȃծтࠓ҈ю

࿋ਢȂӵ‫ّޤ‬Ȃ଻ਏᖎϚ ġġġ ࢐୲ΙȃζϚ࢐ശԞඪ‫ټ‬ЀᏰ

ี౪ন‫پ‬ఀ‫ߞ࢐ى‬ԁҡཎȄ

Ψк‫׾‬ЀᏰᒚၚ݈୛Ȃᗙᡱт

ӵԙђ֜ЕᏰҡϞࡣȂ ġġġġġ ࡞Ԥҡཎᓞသ‫ޟ‬тȂ଻ΰά҈

ҡ಑ΙఝߜȄ

໌Σ౩དσᏰȂтঈϚ‫ޣ‬ၾࡩ

Й‫ݲ‬Ȃᡱ଻ਏᖎӵ‫ّޤ‬ΙࣕՄ

юዩߜ‫࡙ڙ‬Ȃӵ࿋ਢȂ၄ఀࣨ

ζ೨Ȃԙђ‫پ‬ுЊ‫פ‬Ȃ ġġġġġġ ᡱ଻ਏᖎ৯ᘈӵഺཾၯΰແΟ

ቄՃၐȂࡩቄቸҧ፜ਪȂ଻ਏ

џ࢐ΙএഺᖞȂѫौϣࣺϭಝ

ΙၶȄߑ໌၄ఀ౰ཾȂϚᔗѿ

औȊ ࿋ਢȂ଻ਏᖎ᜺᙭೨ӻӣཾ ġġ ‫ޟ‬ᢎ‫܈‬ȅࣥՍԤΡலல୰тȂ ȸձ࢐ҡཎΡᗙ࢐ఀ‫ى‬ড়ŀȹ ծ଻ਏᖎ഍࡞ዅᢎ‫ޟ‬ӱ๎Ȃȸ ԃ‫ݎ‬џоᔓΙএωࡆ༫ჲȂ໌ Σ౩ད‫ޟ‬σᏰȂ٥࢐Ԥቋᗙ࢐ ฒቋŀȹ

ಏġġ ᏰҡႄԁՂৱ໠Οᙉ

଻ਏᖎΙ‫ޢ‬ᇯ࣏Ȃఀ‫࢐ى‬ฒቋ ‫ޟ‬Ȃ೻ғ࢐т፽Σఀ‫ى‬౰ཾ‫ޟ‬ ᜰᗤȂтശདྷࣼ‫ڗ‬Ᏸҡ‫ᙽޟ‬ᡐ Ȃࣼ‫ڗ‬тঈ໌Σ౩དσᏰഠ៚ ‫ޟ‬ડ௑Ȅ ġġġġġġ ȴή෈࡟៉ȵ

Ⱨⰶ⎊‫ש‬ᢕ㄄ӓᅘ⊏ⳕӤ 2011.6.5.

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