The speaker did an exercise with us to find out what "style" of learner we are. I fell into the category of a balanced diverger. That basically meant I was a reflective learner, but I would absorb information best when I used my five basic senses. Moreover, I was supposed to have creative attributes to my character. This self-learning exercise was interesting in many ways, but time would only tell if this proved to be effective (I'm hesitant whether I am a diverger, but let's see if the results are correct...).
Next, the speaker delved into the importance of taking care of the body by sleeping for a certain number of hours. A tip I learned was to not sleep within four hours before taking a test. Interesting, huh?
After that, we all headed to the activities fair, which was lined up with booths, from the Summer Times one to the Yearbook booth. Since I had been expressing an interest in journalism, I signed myself up for the Summer Times. This chance should be a perfect way to showcase my thoughts on the Ivy League Connection.