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Reviews of Rosseau Lake College — Admissions


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robi pardo - Student   (Feb 08, 2018)

So the first thing that you do is a test that they send out and you have to print it and fill it out. After that, you will be interviewed in skype by an RLC staff member. He asks you a couple of questions about what you like to do, your interests, are you excited? etc... You have nothing to be nervous about, the school will do everything they can so you feel included and you never feel really upset. RLC is a school that cares about you and that will always put the students first. I hope you come to this school because it's really an experience that you will never forget and that not everyone is lucky enough to have. RLC is a place where friends become family and where we all enjoy the amazing environment and the lovely teachers.

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Barbara Barclay - Alumnus   (Feb 09, 2018)

I do not know the current standards for admission. The admission standards during my attendance were not stressful, I do not recall any discussions, though my parents may have provided my transcripts. I was skipping class and failing at my regional highschool, and RLC still accepted me, and helped me with focus and work completion, and by the time I graduated, I received the Governor Generals Silver medal for Academic Achievement.

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