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    Jump to new posts Re: Ivy League Admissions. by Bostonian @ Yesterday at 07:14 AM

    How college applicants embellish essays with sob stories, fake patents by Isabel Vincent New York Post January 13, 2022 The story of University of Pennsylvania student Mackenzie Fierceton, who lost a prestigious Rhodes scholarship for allegedly faki
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    Jump to new posts Re: Books for Advanced Reader (12 yo)? by Ellipses @ 01/14/22 11:42 PM

    When my son's school sixth grade teacher found his Lexile scores to be 13th grade, we went through this. There were no books in the school libraries that would do. At the public library, there were mainly history books etc. I decided that he could re
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    Jump to new posts Re: Out of level/early SAT by aeh @ 01/14/22 02:04 PM

    *sympathetic nod* So much depends on your particular child, and how s/he experiences the test-taking experience. Ask. What does he want to do? Keeping in mind that, all the way up until test day, I think you can cancel/postpone the registration to a
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    Originally Posted By: indigoDid you know... several years after SENG was founded, the focus appeared to change from explaining/presenting giftedness and gifted individuals to the world at large in a positive light and thereby encouraging the world at
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