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Does any High School Grad here missed the old days when?

Does any High School Grad here missed the old days when? Topic: The missing homework
June 15, 2019 / By Edytha
Question: when you don't have to pay for books, low lunch prices, a lot of friends to hang out with, football games, cheerleaders, hot dogs, girls, senior pricks, less homework, anything that made those days grand? I'm still a teen because I'm 19, but trying to become an adult is hard. Sorry for the ramp.
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Charmian Charmian | 7 days ago
What I miss the most is basically the free everything. :) I'm literally broke right now from paying for all my college books and classes.
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Charmian Originally Answered: Does any High School Grad here missed the old days when?
What I miss the most is basically the free everything. :) I'm literally broke right now from paying for all my college books and classes.
Charmian Originally Answered: Does any High School Grad here missed the old days when?
Oh heck yeah! If teens knew how being an adult actually is they wouldn't try so hard to grow up so fast and they would appreciate how easy they have it.

Arista Arista
Oh heck yeah! If teens knew how being an adult actually is they wouldn't try so hard to grow up so fast and they would appreciate how easy they have it.
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Arista Originally Answered: Chancing of getting into a good grad school?
3.5 GPA with a 2000 GMAT is average for a business grad school such as Harvard, Wharton, Yale, and so forth. I probably apply to every top 10 grad school with about 2000 GMAT and hope one says yes. I'm sure UCLA requirements are the same as Harvard, Wharton, Yale, and so forth. University of Michigan might be a little more lenient.
Arista Originally Answered: Chancing of getting into a good grad school?
First off, GMAT is from 200-800. Second, it's not that bad. Third, there are a million different factors, including your essays, recommendations, interviews. Just apply and see what happens. Take the GMAT but seriously, study your assss off and take it only once. It doesn't look good at all to take it several times. BTW, the only way to ensure an outcome is to NOT apply - then you will be sure NOT to get it. So apply and see what happens.

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