Join us for a review/discussion session for everything related to the 1022E class under Professor Bentley, with a central focus on the upcoming midyear test.
The sessions will occur on both Monday January 14th, AND Tuesday January 15th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm both days, in UCC 373.
Check out the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/319595561474586/
The Department of Film Studies Presents:
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
(Germany 1920, d: Robert Wiene)
Live Piano Accompaniment: Yanick Allwood (Don Wright Faculty of Music)
April 9th, 1:30pm, University College 84
For more information, see also attached poster….
You are all invited!
Dr. Tobias Nagl
Associate Professor & Undergraduate Co-Chair
Department of Film Studies
University of Western Ontario, UC 73
London, ON N6A 3K7
Well, we’re here to help.
Here’s a quick link that will give you a good rundown:
And here are some of my personal tips:
1. I found it best to bring all your work (hopefully you did well!) to them, and also to type up something simple (a paragraph or more) about yourself, what you’ve done in university, why you want to apply to your program. Not only does it jog their memory of you (if you haven’t talked to them in a while), but it also allows them to see something concrete when writing your reference letter.
2. Make sure you ask if they would be comfortable writing you a STRONG reference letter. Better that you find out now and ask another professor, then to realize later that a professor wrote you a weak reference letter.
3. Don’t be nervous! =)
Ever wondered about the history of the English language? Don’t want to take English 3001 for a full year, 3 hours a week?
This video tells you it ALL in 10 minutes (or well, as much as it can fit within 10 minutes)!
Check it out! =)