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  • APEX FREE SAT Subject Test Prep at MIT 
 Guidance
Office
 Boston
International
High
School
 25
Glen
Road
 Jamaica
Plain,
MA,
02130
 
 Dear
Guidance
Counselor,
 
 Hello,
my
name
is
Chris
Su
and
I
am
a
current
junior
at
MIT.
I’m
writing
to
you
today
 about
a
FREE
SAT
Subject
Test
program
that
will
be
offered
at
MIT
beginning
from
 Saturday,
March
13,
2010.
 
 We
will
be
offering
classes
in
biology,
chemistry,
physics,
Math
Level
1,
and
Math
 Level
2.
Classes
are
taught
by
qualified
MIT
undergraduates
who
have
scored
above
 750
in
their
respective
subjects.
 
 The
classes
will
be
held
on
Saturday
afternoons,
on
MIT’s
campus.

Students
may
 take
up
to
two
subjects
during
the
duration
of
the
program,
with
the
first
session
 running
from
1:30­3:00
PM
and
the
second
session
running
from
3:15­4:45
PM.
 Students
taking
only
one
subject
may
leave
at
3:00
PM.
 
 Currently,
we
anticipate
classes
to
run
on
all
of
the
following
Saturdays:
3/13,
3/20,
 3/27,
4/10,
4/17,
4/24,
and
5/1.
This
class
schedule
conveniently
allows
students
 to
take
their
exams
on
the
May
or
June
test
date.
 
 You
may
be
curious
on
the
reason
why
we
would
want
to
run
a
free
SAT
Subject
 Test
preparation
program,
so
I
will
attempt
to
highlight
our
rationale
briefly.

 
 Educational
Development
Initiative
was
founded
at
MIT
in
February
2009,
with
the
 vision
of
connecting
the
fields
of
international
development
and
education.
In
the
 Fall
of
2009
(last
semester),
we
ran
our
first
SAT
Subject
Test
preparation
program,
 originally
with
the
intention
to
charge
tuition
and
donate
those
funds
completely
to
 non‐profit
NGOs
working
on
global
education
worldwide.
However,
after
a
semester
 working
with
our
students
from
all
over
Boston,
we
realized
the
growing
need
for
 affordable
test
preparation
services
to
the
Boston
Metro
high
school
population,
and
 we
ultimately
decided
to
refocus
our
organization
goal
to
firstly
provide
services
for
 the
neighboring
Boston
Metro
high
school
community.
 
 We
hope
by
eliminating
APEX
tuition
for
all
of
our
students,
we
will
be
taking
a
step
 in
the
right
direction,
and
it
is
our
hope
that
this
program
will
flourish
into
a
free


  • service
focused
on
enhancing
low‐cost
educational
opportunities
available
in
the
 Boston
area.
 
 Registration
details
may
be
found
at
http://bit.ly/miteddi,
and
we
request
 interested
students
to
register
for
our
program
by
Wednesday,
March
11,
2010.
 
 I
have
enclosed
some
letter‐sized
posters
of
the
APEX
Program.
It
is
our
hope
that
 you
will
be
able
to
assist
us
in
spreading
word
about
our
program
to
any
interested
 students
in
your
school.
 
 Your
attention
to
this
matter
is
greatly
appreciated,
and
please
do
not
hesitate
to
 contact
us
at
[email protected]
should
you
require
more
information
on
the
program.
 
 We
are
excited
to
be
working
with
your
students!
 
 Best
regards,
 
 
 
 
 Chris
Su
 APEX
Co‐Director
 Department
of
Biology,
MIT
2011
 [email protected][email protected]
 
 
 
 
 Steve
White
 APEX
Co‐Director
 Department
of
Economics,
MIT
2011
 [email protected]

  • APEX FREE SAT Subject Test Prep at MIT 
 Guidance
Office
 Boston
Latin
 78
Avenue
Louis
Pasteur
 Boston,
MA,
02115
 
 Dear
Guidance
Counselor,
 
 Hello,
my
name
is
Chris
Su
and
I
am
a
current
junior
at
MIT.
I’m
writing
to
you
today
 about
a
FREE
SAT
Subject
Test
program
that
will
be
offered
at
MIT
beginning
from
 Saturday,
March
13,
2010.
 
 We
will
be
offering
classes
in
biology,
chemistry,
physics,
Math
Level
1,
and
Math
 Level
2.
Classes
are
taught
by
qualified
MIT
undergraduates
who
have
scored
above
 750
in
their
respective
subjects.
 
 The
classes
will
be
held
on
Saturday
afternoons,
on
MIT’s
campus.

Students
may
 take
up
to
two
subjects
during
the
duration
of
the
program,
with
the
first
session
 running
from
1:30­3:00
PM
and
the
second
session
running
from
3:15­4:45
PM.
 Students
taking
only
one
subject
may
leave
at
3:00
PM.
 
 Currently,
we
anticipate
classes
to
run
on
all
of
the
following
Saturdays:
3/13,
3/20,
 3/27,
4/10,
4/17,
4/24,
and
5/1.
This
class
schedule
conveniently
allows
students
 to
take
their
exams
on
the
May
or
June
test
date.
 
 You
may
be
curious
on
the
reason
why
we
would
want
to
run
a
free
SAT
Subject
 Test
preparation
program,
so
I
will
attempt
to
highlight
our
rationale
briefly.

 
 Educational
Development
Initiative
was
founded
at
MIT
in
February
2009,
with
the
 vision
of
connecting
the
fields
of
international
development
and
education.
In
the
 Fall
of
2009
(last
semester),
we
ran
our
first
SAT
Subject
Test
preparation
program,
 originally
with
the
intention
to
charge
tuition
and
donate
those
funds
completely
to
 non‐profit
NGOs
working
on
global
education
worldwide.
However,
after
a
semester
 working
with
our
students
from
all
over
Boston,
we
realized
the
growing
need
for
 affordable
test
preparation
services
to
the
Boston
Metro
high
school
population,
and
 we
ultimately
decided
to
refocus
our
organization
goal
to
firstly
provide
services
for
 the
neighboring
Boston
Metro
high
school
community.
 
 We
hope
by
eliminating
APEX
tuition
for
all
of
our
students,
we
will
be
taking
a
step
 in
the
right
direction,
and
it
is
our
hope
that
this
program
will
flourish
into
a
free


  • service
focused
on
enhancing
low‐cost
educational
opportunities
available
in
the
 Boston
area.
 
 Registration
details
may
be
found
at
http://bit.ly/miteddi,
and
we
request
 interested
students
to
register
for
our
program
by
Wednesday,
March
11,
2010.
 
 I
have
enclosed
some
letter‐sized
posters
of
the
APEX
Program.
It
is
our
hope
that
 you
will
be
able
to
assist
us
in
spreading
word
about
our
program
to
any
interested
 students
in
your
school.
 
 Your
attention
to
this
matter
is
greatly
appreciated,
and
please
do
not
hesitate
to
 contact
us
at
[email protected]
should
you
require
more
information
on
the
program.
 
 We
are
excited
to
be
working
with
your
students!
 
 Best
regards,
 
 
 
 
 Chris
Su
 APEX
Co‐Director
 Department
of
Biology,
MIT
2011
 [email protected][email protected]
 
 
 
 
 Steve
White
 APEX
Co‐Director
 Department
of
Economics,
MIT
2011
 [email protected]

  • APEX FREE SAT Subject Test Prep at MIT 
 Guidance
Office
 Boston
Latin
Academy
 205
Townsend
Street
 Dorchester,
MA,
02121
 
 Dear
Guidance
Counselor,
 
 Hello,
my
name
is
Chris
Su
and
I
am
a
current
junior
at
MIT.
I’m
writing
to
you
today
 about
a
FREE
SAT
Subject
Test
program
that
will
be
offered
at
MIT
beginning
from
 Saturday,
March
13,
2010.
 
 We
will
be
offering
classes
in
biology,
chemistry,
physics,
Math
Level
1,
and
Math
 Level
2.
Classes
are
taught
by
qualified
MIT
undergraduates
who
have
scored
above
 750
in
their
respective
subjects.
 
 The
classes
will
be
held
on
Saturday
afternoons,
on
MIT’s
campus.

Students
may
 take
up
to
two
subjects
during
the
duration
of
the
program,
with
the
first
session
 running
from
1:30­3:00
PM
and
the
second
session
running
from
3:15­4:45
PM.
 Students
taking
only
one
subject
may
leave
at
3:00
PM.
 
 Currently,
we
anticipate
classes
to
run
on
all
of
the
following
Saturdays:
3/13,
3/20,
 3/27,
4/10,
4/17,
4/24,
and
5/1.
This
class
schedule
conveniently
allows
students
 to
take
their
exams
on
the
May
or
June
test
date.
 
 You
may
be
curious
on
the
reason
why
we
would
want
to
run
a
free
SAT
Subject
 Test
preparation
program,
so
I
will
attempt
to
highlight
our
rationale
briefly.

 
 Educational
Development
Initiative
was
founded
at
MIT
in
February
2009,
with
the
 vision
of
connecting
the
fields
of
in