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College Admission and Score Choice: What You Must Know

Original post made by Elizabeth LaScala, another community, on Dec 28, 2009

Hollie took her SAT exam in the spring of her junior year in high school and performed poorly. She prepared over the summer and tested again in the fall of her senior year. Her test scores were much higher the second time around. Hollie knew about the CollegeBoard program, Score Choice, which permits her to send colleges just the scores she wants them to see. But her first choice college’s policy states that she must send all test scores from all test sittings. She really doesn’t want her first choice college to ever see her low scores. But now it seems she has no choice.

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4 people like this
Posted by Betty Steps
a resident of Rancho Romero Elementary School
on Sep 7, 2015 at 6:46 am

Betty Steps is a registered user.

This is the problem of our education system - there is no common view on it. Every new or future politician is trying to change something, promises that it will be better and clearly, but few things are changing. Hollie is a victim like thousands of other students. We are going to influence on the process, but, sometimes, it's unreal. We at Web Link organized an essay contest to prompt new generation to alteration from within,I hope, together, we'll help all.


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