January 16, 2021

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NUC University offered College Board review to more than 17 thousand students

The workshops remain recorded for the benefit of the students

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San Juan – NUC University offered two review sections for the College Board to high school students, in which more than 17 thousand students participated.

Understanding the needs of students during this time of pandemic, the educational institution offered these educational reviews virtually and free of cost.

Students were able to benefit from reviewing and clarifying doubts with tutors on the spot.

The reviews included the subjects of English, Math and Spanish. The sections were recorded for the benefit of the student, allowing them to review at any time before taking the test officially.

“Our commitment is with the future professionals of Puerto Rico. We recognize the challenges that the COVID-19 situation has brought to students and as leaders in distance education, we undertook the task of offering the reviews to prepare the student for the College Board. We know that the results of this test represent the opportunity to continue postgraduate studies, and at NUC University we want to accompany the student to ensure their future and achieve their goals, “said Michael W. Bannett, president of NUC University.

The university institution informed that it will be offering additional workshops to provide tools to high school students who are about to begin their university studies.

NUC University and its IBC Technical Division are approved by the Board of Postsecondary Institutions (JIP) and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higuer Education (MSCHE).

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