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Student Protests ACT by submitting lowest scores

coldharbourcoldharbour Registered User Posts: 97 Junior Member
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Replies to: Student Protests ACT by submitting lowest scores

  • KingAtlasKingAtlas Registered User Posts: 2 New Member

    This is one amazing article.

  • momofthreeboysmomofthreeboys Registered User Posts: 16,534 Senior Member
    Wow, just wow. This will resonate with my son. I feel their pain.

    "As a result I enlisted a tutor to help me prepare for my most certain defeat. What was already a test that by no means captured the profound capability and potential of the dyslexic brain also now became a test I would only finish half of in the allotted time. I never even had the chance to finish half the test."
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