There has been a lot going on today, mainly because tomorrow is the squad selection test!
In the morning, we ate breakfast and went straight into the problem sets (because the lectures were moved to the afternoon). Again, the students were challenged by 8 problems, and about half of the students managed to solve most, if not all, problems.
After the problem session and lunch, the Seniors headed to the University of Auckland to get lectured Algebra by Igor Klep, a professor in the University of Auckland, and the Juniors stayed in the Grafton Hall for Junior Combinatorics, taught by Robin Hankin.
After the first set of lectures, I had to prepare for the Junior Geometry lecture on five centres of a triangle (circumcentre, incentre, orthocentre, centroid and excentres).
After dinner, the students had a quiet time so that they could concentrate on their preparation for tomorrow's big test: the squad selection test! Meanwhile, the staff members had an AGM meeting and discussed some matters about finance and future leadership roles.
I also have to go bed early, so that I can get ready for 3 hour supervision (of a 4.5 hr test).
Watch this site tomorrow to see how the students do in the squad selection test.
-Photos and post by Ian Seong