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SOKO GAKUEN STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER
ADVISEMENT INFORMATION REPOSITORY

STUDENT GRADES & INFORMATION
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TO ASSURE CONFIDENTIALITY, ALL STUDENTS ARE IDENTIFIED BY THEIR PHONE/DOB (last4digits/mmdd).
If requested, a certificate of course completion will be issued to the student who has successfully completed 
a course or courses (i.e., a final exam score of 80% or higher & an attendance rate of 80% or higher). 
Requests can be addressed to sokogakuen@gamil.com.

WINTER 2017

COURSE   Final
Phone/DOB    ExamScore%,  Attendance(%)
last 4     mmdd
digits


 Final Exam Date:   Saturday, 3/17/18

BCSM (Instructor: Y. Kosaka)

 
B1SM (Instructor:  Y. Uda)


B2SM (Instructor:  S. Halper)


B3SM (Instructor: H. Rustigan)



B1SA   (Instructor:  T. Sakudo)


ICSA  (Instructor: Y. Kosaka)

 

I1SA  (Instructor:  S. Halper)


I2SA   (Instructor:  M. Ota)



I3SA   --canceled--


I4SA  (Instructor:  H. Rustigan)


 

R3jlpt3 SA    --canceled--


PCSA   --canceled--

RCSA  (Instructor: Kazama)





 Final Exam Date:   Monday, 3/19/18  

B1ME  (Instructor:  T. Sakudo)


B2ME   (Instructor: Kazama)


R1ME  --canceled--


R2ME   --canceled--



I5ME
  (Instructor:  Y. Komori)
5042/0928                                       pt300 68% 1/15/18

I6ME  --canceled--

PCME (Instructor:  T. Narui)
8770/0922                                       pt300 95% 1/15/18








 Final Exam Date: Wednesday, 3/21/18
B1WE  (Instructor: A. Kazama)


B2WE  (Instructor:  M. Ota



B3WE   (Instructor:  T. Sakudo)


I1WE   (Instructor:  S. Halper)


I2WE  (Instructor:  H. Rustigan)




I3WE
(Instructor:  R. Kondo)


I4WE  (Instructor:  T. Narui)
4773/1117                                          pt300 57% 1/15/18



Note: 
The above grades and attendance were issued to the students who have successfully completed a course or courses (i.e., a final exam score of 80% or higher).





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Take a close look at the sites: Craigslist, Jim Breen, Soko Gakuen, etc. What do they share in common? You'd think you'd stepped into a time machine that has shot you back to the Web's pre-commercial days? Mosaic, NCSA, Marc Andreessen? There are no fancy graphics. No flashy animation. No banner ads. There's hardly even color. It has all the appeal of an elementary school mimeograph. And that's by design. Stay true to its original "populist values” that draw people together. Online communities change over time. Simple and fast is good, Craig Newmark agrees, because it makes the site easy to use. This practice will help people make life easy. And provide a culture of trust, one that's very useful and very effective. "Ostentation and ornamentation are disdained as vulgar, and simplicity and understatement considered as signs of sophistication (Zen)." Think why people use Twitter? Prajna. 円融三諦


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