Could my friend get rescinded for this?

<p>Ok, so my friend was admitted to Princeton and I was admitted to Penn M&T program. We both worked on our apps together and obviously invested alot in our acceptances to these schools. However, I think my friend might be throwing it all away. Well, first of all, he is very egotistical. He is the val of my class, has a 2400, and has done well in Intel/Siemens. However, a teacher gave him a detention for calling a girl who wasn't in the top 10% of our class and only had a 29 on her ACT an "affirmative action admit" when she got into Columbia ED and declared "her essays are what made her a shoe-in for the Ivy League." Anyway, he has never really gotten over his anger at this teacher for disciplining him, and I do think some of his anger can be justified. So, he sent an email essentially cussing out and calling the teacher "inferior" to him because this teacher went to basically a local community college. Could Princeton rescind him for this?</p>

<p>This guy's got a HUGE ego problem.</p>

<p>if the most severe consequence that came from this was a detention i don't think so. but wow, barely enrolled at Princeton and already an ivy elitist..</p>

<p>They should. And I agree with Batllo. How WOULD they know about it? School's technically over. Unless the teacher presses charges...can she?</p>

<p>He won't get rescinded, but he won't make a lot of friends at Princeton.</p>

<p>What a bitter bastard.</p>

<p>He is well on his way to become the next O'Reilly</p>

<p>Your friend is an *******..</p>

<p>Wow, who peed in his Fruit Loops?</p>

<p>He probably won't be rescinded. Unfortunately.</p>

<p>^^^
Someone accused me of being jealous of him and then deleted his post sorry bout tht i just deleted mine too</p>

<p>Now you forced me to delete my post =(</p>

<p>This guy doesn't deserve to be your friend. </p>

<p>He won't get rescinded unless she presses charges. But he deserves to be and that attitude won't get him far in life.</p>

<p>Am I the only one who thinks this guy is pretty badass?</p>

<p>^i was thinking that. i got a 26 in the 7th grade.... how does a high school student get a 29?</p>

<p>anyway, this guy's a total jackass, so just feel good knowing that he probably won't make many friends and everyone will hate him. unfortunately, he couldn't be rescinded unless the teacher pressed charges or there was some sort of public scandal.</p>

<p>Can someone explain to me how exactly this teacher could press charges?</p>

<p>Harassment. That's how. If they get in on a 29, more power to them. They obviously had some other qualities that showed they weren't ******bags, like the friend the OP described.</p>

<p>"i was thinking that. i got a 26 in the 7th grade.... how does a high school student get a 29?"
wow, i guess ur in a bubble/kinda ignorant. only 94% of students score a 29 or better, and about 85% for a 26. the average score is 20. </p>

<p>the op's friend is pretty stuck up, but i can see why hes angry. with a 29 act she prob was a affirmative action admit, but he shouldnt have called her out. i can see why hes angry but he shouldnt send an email like that.</p>

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only 94% of students score a 29 or better, and about 85% for a 26. the average score is 20.

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<p>erm...i'm not saying you're wrong, and maybe i am kinda ignorant, but your post made no sense [i get where you're going, though]</p>

<p>This is why scores shouldn't be shared. You always have some self-declared expert/******* who will question someone else's merit.</p>

<p>im not rly sure y it didnt make sense. i was saying that its wierd that u dont see how a high school student could score that low, even though 94% of high school students dont score that high.</p>