When’s the last time you told a joke and no one laughed?
So did you start cutting out the quarters before or after your midlife crisis?
Honestly the article was really interesting. It just shows the cultural divide in America and how polarized it is.
They made the title that so people would do exactly this...talk about it! Free publicity.
i’m still alive!
Then again, there are sometimes terrible teachers. My AP Chem class got all 1s and 2s because the teacher was so shitty
Eh, that’s life. Some teachers suck, and most likely you will have a few professors that will suck.
But putting it on your application sounds like you can’t take responsibility for stuff. You should only explain bad grades if it was something horrible (i.e. a death in the family, or you broke your spine).
It wouldn’t hurt to go to a top 100 high school, but it also doesn’t hurt to go to a normal public school. It’s more about how you did and the level of class you took.
If you have the money, the time, and the patience, I don’t see why not.
It wouldn't. Legacy means parents, siblings, and grandparents, although the definition is different between schools. Your first cousin once removed doesn't count.
How bout great grandparents?
more wealth and less poverty
But then the idea of wealth will just increase. If everyone was to get 1,000,000,000 dollars right now, then candy would cost thousands of dollars.
While poverty is never ideal, we almost need it to keep our economy floating.