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Perfect SAT and ACT scores

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  • vinsimvinsim 55 replies10 threads Junior Member
    Good reply chewydog.

    I think a balance is better though. Today leadership or research seem to be everything and I was thinking that a balance between these and academics would be better.
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  • ldavisldavis 565 replies107 threads Member
    have your smart daughter figure out where the scholarships are...
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  • goldfish68goldfish68 8 replies3 threads New Member
    Lol Idavis.

    How is it possible that your daughter did not prepare herself for the SAT exam and yet get a score of 2400?

    I know she is smart but this is too much.

    Congrats though. :)
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