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On The Death of SAT Subject Tests and Uncertain Future of Standardized Testing

If you haven’t heard yet, SAT subject tests have officially been put to death from January of this year for US students and this month for international test takers. Having spent months studying for SAT subject tests back when I was a junior, when I first heard the news I was so jealous that future students wouldn’t have to worry…

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MIT vs HKU— Studying Abroad and Failing Tests in My Freshman Year of College

It's summer vacation! I can’t believe that it’s already been a year since I graduated high school, but that’s not to say that my first year of college was easy— I know that a lot of people say that freshman year is difficult because of the transition from high school to university, but of course there’s the added fact that…

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College Interview Blues

After submitting the last of your college applications and watching the common app confetti cascade down your screen for the very last time, you might think that all you need to do is sit back and wait for judgement day to roll around when decisions start rolling in.   For the most part, this is true (if you ignore the…

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Where am I Going to College?

Today is May 1st, aka College Decision Day, which means that my college application process has finally come to an end! Back when I was writing my essays during the fall of last year, it felt like this time would never come, but now I can’t believe that time passed so quickly and that I’ll be graduating high school soon…

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