X Performs Annual College Rating, Including Canadian Ones, For Clients

Sunday, May 15, 2011 General News J E 4
Advertisement college reviewers are packing their bags for their annual campus visits. This year our staffers who assess the major colleges will check out Canadian institutions as well. The results of all these observations will be compiled into a report. The report will get wide distribution via press release and all our normal channels of communication to our clients. Deciding where to apply whether for freshman year or to transfer later on requires careful thought and as much data as possible. This is where shines. Our staff look at faculty qualifications the use of graduate assistants to substitute for faculty in lecture courses the number of programs offered the facilities and all sorts of other characteristics go into our final rating. This process takes at least two months of intense effort. This year we will be adding the fine institutions from north of the US border. Many Canadian colleges wall now appear on our list. This list is a useful service for many of our customers. We hear back from them every year and we hear thanks and appreciation from members of the public. Adding Canada to our analytical process will expand the utility of this report. Such public-service-oriented initiatives are a consistent part of’s way of doing business. If you would like to read past years’ lists surf on over to About Us: This college review and rating reflects our concern for customers and the wider educational community. is all about education. As an academic support services company we are always looking for opportunities to make a contribution. Our main business is giving direct support to customers who face baffling assignments.


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