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The second one is a worthless kid .. don't care how smart the brain may be, unless self motivated and put up his self driven effort he is worthless and deserves the community college admission 100%.
Why people always think Chinese or Asian students get high SAT because they are only doing study?
Did I mention my daughter did something else other than studying:
1) 4 years volleyball school team and AAU club. (If you or your kids had same experience, you should know how much time it would need.)
2) 3 years Secetery of Student Council,
3) Piano companion and viola player in school band,
4) Worked in a clinic every weekend (and some week day night) since high school till now.
She participated some SAT training classes, but that after took the test, and she was the tutor not the learners!
my D enrolled in Williams College.
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