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All 2021 PANO Students Admitted to U.S. Universities | 11 Admitted to the Top 30 U.S. Universities | 5 Admitted to the World’s Top Art Schools

Creating spectacular admission records for Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Caltech, Cornell 100% admitted to U.S. universities 10% admitted to the TOP 10 U.S. Universities 35% admitted to the TOP 30 U.S. Universities 62.5% admitted to the TOP 50 U.S. Universities Produced 30 students with a SAT score of 1500 or more Average SAT score improvement of […]

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2021 SAT Courses

2021 SAT courses  Class Date Day Time Schedule Mock test Review class Hours Location Fall Intensive Session 9/12~11/14 Every Sunday Every Sunday 10 times 1~6pm 1-2pm Reading  2-3pm Grammar 3-5pm Homework|Quiz 5-6pm Math 4 times 1-on-1 review 4 times 54 hrs Taipei Taichung Online   Fall Mock Test Review Session 9/25~11/13 Every Saturday Every Saturday […]

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US College Application Christmas & Winter Camp

Get a head start preparing for U.S. college application as a junior! All you need to know about Personal Statement, Supplemental Statement, Activities List, College List and Interview! 【What You Can Gain】 Curated College List Personal Statement First Draft Supplemental Essays Brainstorm Common App Activities List Interview Coaching 【What Makes us Special】 Unique US College […]

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Applying to U.S. Universities-Sample Essay

U.S. college application essays are not only a place to show your writing skills, but also a stage where you can display yourself and your unique characteristics to college admissions officers. The application essays are very important. The college admissions officers mainly use these essays to understand your personal characteristics and values. Anything which you […]

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Experience Sharing on U.S. College Application

Some of PANO’s students are from local high schools, some are from bilingual schools, and some are attending Taipei American School (TAS) or European schools. These students have one thing in common: they all want to study abroad, and they applied to various universities and were accepted to California Institute of Technology (Caltech), University of […]

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The Seminar that 11th and 12th Grade Students Must Attend When Applying for Colleges

🥇Seminar Details: As an 11th grader, you only have one year remaining before college applications, you can’t afford to make the wrong decisions. So how are you meant to plan your studying schedule and extracurricular activities? Also, as a 12th grader, how are you meant to package your application resume, to get noticed by the […]

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Your Chance to Top 30 Universities! Master Class Taught by Distinguished Professors

Unique Experience not found anywhere else in Taiwan Top U.S. University Professors will guide students directly to create a project and do research. It’s the only opportunity to allow high school students to experience the various courses among the many faculties universities have to offer (Sciences, Business, Arts, Social Sciences), and they will also obtain […]

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Enhance your resume and portfolio with the EMPs by working with CEOs this summer!

5 Benefits of working with a startup Create a meaningful impact in the company and the industry  Work with the CEO to create a unique project Develop an entrepreneurial mindset Understand the startup culture and trends Create a bright, unique and in-depth resume   Why a startup company Startup companies have a huge impact in […]

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Don’t End Your Summer by Being a “Homer”

As everyone is aware, the ongoing lockdown caused by the pandemic has greatly messed up everyone’s summer plans and schedules. Several events were cancelled, everything is now being switched to online, and everyone now has to stay home so the choices of activities are  limited. It’s frustrating and incredibly dull. However, you shouldn’t consign yourself […]

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A Very SAT Summer By Azusa Ueno

While studying for the SAT doesn’t sound like the most exciting way to spend your summer, it is certainly important–and crucial–if you want to achieve a desirable score on your SATs in the Fall and Spring. Here are some tips:   Take a diagnostic test If you have not started any SAT prep, this is […]

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2021 Master Class -【Computer Science】Python: Machine Learning & Computer Vision

July 2021 COURSE SYLLABUS    Professor Introduction:   Mohammad Soltanieh-ha is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Information Systems department at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. Professor Soltanieh-ha obtained his Ph.D. in computational physics in 2015 from Northeastern University and his research interest revolves around computer vision applications of deep learning in automating histopathological […]

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2021 Master Class -【Technology & History】3D Modeling and VR

July 2021 COURSE SYLLABUS   Special equipment is needed in this class. Due to the COVID-19, students are not allowed to come to the classroom. Without the equipment at home, the learning outcome will not be as good as what we expect. After the discussion, we decide to cancel the course this year. Sorry for […]

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2021 Master Class -【Psychology】Introduction to Abnormal Psychology: Mental Illness

July 2021 COURSE SYLLABUS    Professor Introduction: Professor Nathaniel Chapman is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the UC San Diego. He has diagnosed and treated various populations including spinal cord injuries, substance abuse patients, veterans and adolescents, as well as children. Professor Chapman also specializes in couples therapy utilizing empirically supported Gottman Method treatment. He […]

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2021 Master Class -【Business】Tesla: International Business Management

July 2021 COURSE SYLLABUS  Professor Introduction: Professor Paul Tiffany was an assistant to the president of a large national financial services firm, and as an organizational analyst for a large public services agency, runs his own firm to provide management service to firms worldwide. He has written The Decline of American Steel, published by Oxford […]

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How can I maximize my standardized tests scores? By Azusa Ueno

You might feel like your SAT or ACT is looming right around the corner. What to do? First, don’t panic. Second, read ahead for some tips to maximize your success, regardless of which of these two standardized tests you take.     General Tips: Practice makes permanent!   Plan ahead and schedule your practices Schedule tests […]

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AP Chemistry- How to Prepare for the Most Challenging AP Subject By Azusa

Chemistry ranks among the most challenging AP topics as both a course and an exam. Let’s consider this following statistic: in 2020, just 10% of students taking the test earned a 5, while 18% earned a 4. So what do you need to do in order to be a top scorer? Keep reading below! 👉🏻Click […]

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Top Universities Campus Life Sharing

Things You Must Know as an International Student Are you interested in applying to U.S. schools? Are you curious about campus life in the U.S.? Do want to know more about SAT changes? Here’s the opportunity for you to meet with alumni and our counselors graduated from Yale, Columbia, UC Berkeley and USC.     […]

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What does GPA Mean and How do you Calculate GPA?

GPA (Grade Point Average) is the average grades of students’ GPA and is used to evaluate students’ overall performance. The higher a student’s GPA is, the higher his or her academic achievement and the better his or her learning potential is. Therefore, the GPA performance is often an important reference indicator for US college admissions. […]

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Is College Admission More Simplistic under the Pandemic?

Due to the Covid-19 situation, college applications this year is hard to predict for admissions cycles.   Many colleges have delayed deadlines for applying and standardized tests, including SAT or ACT, SAT Subject Tests, etc. are no longer required for almost all colleges.    But in January, two things are clear: 👏 Most of the […]

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College Board Eliminates The SAT Subject Tests and The SAT Essay

The College Board announced Tuesday that it will discontinue those assessments. Citing the coronavirus crisis, officials said the pandemic has “accelerated a process already underway at the College Board to reduce and simplify demands on students.” ── Nick Anderson.Jan. 20, 2021. College Board is scrapping SAT’s optional essay and subject tests. The Washington Post.   This year, […]

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center: Save the Sea Turtles!

Over the decades, with the serious marine and sea pollution, many sea creatures have died from eating plastic particles by accident, which seriously affected the entire food chain. For example, sea turtles often treat the garbage in the sea as crabs and fish and eat them, swallow floating plastic bags because they thought the plastic […]

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Early Admission Results + Free SAT Trial Lesson!

– 2020 Early Admission Results –     The students above were accepted into Ivy League or top schools successfully and received scholarships for around 100 thousand USD. They come from different backgrounds, different schools, etc., however, they have one thing in common, they all started counseling service with us early. Because of that, we […]

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