Interestingly enough, during my involvement with Duke University’s Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, I was asked in a survey of my opinions regarding a touchy subject by a New York Times reporter.
I actually get this question all the time. To be fair, it’s a good one. After all, there are few things throughout the entirety of the college application process that are as opaque as the relationship between the SAT II Tests and their Advanced Placement counterparts.
Let’s face it, college is completely unaffordable without some type of financial aid. That’s where scholarships come in. However, when you have over twenty scholarships on your list that include the typical “write an essay of why you deserve this” qualification, it may make you feel like you want to bang your head against a wall.
Image from Systramartha. I think we’ve all been there at least once or twice. For me, it was every year from 5th to 10th grade. Yes, I’m
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