♦ Harry Kim (Director)  

  • UC Riverside 
  • SAT/ACT Math & English
  • Algebra I, II, Pre-Calc., AP Calculus AB & BC

♦ Daniel Choi (College Application Specialist)

 

In addition to graduate degrees, universities generally grant Associate’s degrees and Bachelor’s degrees, but in some regions and/or courses of study, colleges and u 

♦ Mark Chiang (College Application Specialist)

University degrees are usually attained through four years of study. The term associate degree is used in western Canada to refer to a two-year college arts or science degree, similar to how the term is used in the United States. In other parts of Canada the term advanced degree is used to indicate a 3- or 4-year college program.

♦ John Park (College Application Specialist)

In the province of Quebec, three years is the norm for a university degree because a year of credit is earned in the CEGEP (college) system. Even when speaking in English, people often refer to all colleges as [3] Cégeps, however the term is an acronym more correctly applied specifically to the French-language public system: Collège d’enseignement général et professionnel (CEGEP); in English: College of General and Vocational Education. The word College can also refer to a private High School in Quebec.