Pam Proctor signs copies of the Chinese edition of The College Hook following her lecture in Shanghai. Bill Proctor gives SAT tips to Chinese high school students, as Mae Xu translates. Pam Proctor circulates among Chinese high school students to pick up their notes on the 3 things that might be their "hook" for college. The students couldn't wait to share their ideas. On the screen from Pam's PowerPoint presentation is a photo of former NBA basketball star Yao Ming, who hails from Shanghai. Pam Proctor signs copies of the Chinese edition of her book, The College Hook. for Chinese students following her lecture at the Equatorial Hotel in Shangha. Sitting next to her is the book's translator, Mae Xu. Bill Proctor gives Chinese high school students tips on taking the SAT as Mae Xu translates. Bill tutors students for the verbal sections of the SAT and ACT one-one-one in Vero Beach and by Skype. Pam and Bill Proctor with several students and parents, along with the staff of the Shanghai Overseas Affairs Services Center, which hosted their lectures in Shanghai on The College Hook and SAT prep. More than 100 students and parents turned out for the lectures. Pam Proctor gives students the inside story on how to package themselves for college through their applications.   Some of the parents were so eager for the information that they were taking photos of her Power Point presentation.      

Pam Proctor with Chinese student following lecture on The College Hook.
The student holds the Chinese edition of Pam's book.

Pam signs copies of the Chinese edition of The College Hook following her lecture in Shanghai. Bill Proctor gives SAT tips to Chinese high school students, as Mae Xu translates. Pam Proctor circulates among Chinese high school students to pick up their notes on the three things that might be their "hook" for college.   The students couldn't wait to share their ideas.  On the screen from Pam's PowerPoint presentation is a photo of former NBA basketball star Yao Ming, who hails from Shanghai. Pam signs copies of the Chinese edition of her book, The College Hook, for Chinese students following her lecture at the Equatorial Hotel in Shanghai.   Sitting next to her is the book's translator, Mae Xu.
Bill Proctor gives Chinese high school students tips on taking the SAT as Mae Xu translates.   Bill tutors students for the verbal sections of the  SAT and ACT one-one-one in Vero Beach and by Skype. Pam Proctor (in blue jacket), being interviewed by a reporter from the Shanghai Evening Post (right), prior to a lecture to Chinese high school student and their parents about her book, The College Hook, just published in a Chinese edition.  Bill Proctor (left) looks on. Pam and Bill Proctor with several students and parents, along with the staff of the Shanghai Overseas Affairs Services Center, which hosted their lectures in Shanghai on The College Hook and SAT prep.  More than 100 students and parents turned out for the lectures.
Pam Proctor gives students the inside story on how to package themselves for college through their applications.   Some of the parents were so eager for the information that they were taking photos of her PowerPoint presentation.