School of Education holds 2020 Graduate Entrance Exam Meeting

Wednesday, June 10 – Sias University's School of Education held a Postgraduate Entrance Examination commendation meeting on the 9th of June, 2020. The Dean of the School of Education, the Deputy Party Secretary, and the Teachers' Representative were in attendance.


At the meeting, the Deputy Party Secretary read out the list of students who been successful in the postgraduate entrance examinations. The participants then spoke, in succession, to express their gratitude for the guidance and support provided by the School with regard to the postgraduate entrance examination. They also spoke about the review methods of all subjects, the building of confidence, the formulation of plans, the mentality of adjustment for preparations, their living and eating habits during the preparations, their schedules of work and rest, and their choices of professional direction.


In conclusion, the Dean delivered a closing speech. He congratulated the students who had achieved admission into graduate school and gave them advice. He also expressed his thanks to the faculty and staff of the School of Education for their contribution to the growth of the students. He stressed on the importance and significance of the postgraduate entrance examination in the students' personal growth and nurturing of their talent. He said that the School had given great importance to the examinations and had encouraged students to persevere towards their goals to improve their futures.

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