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As the final months of this school year approach, more pressure comes down on seniors to decide what they are going to do after high school.
As many students have been noticing, universities are starting to send out their acceptance or rejection letters, which is a very conflicting time that continues until April.
Along with the joy that an acceptance letter from college brings, comes the rejection, but it isn’t the end of the world.
Advice that every student needs.
As the time passes by and seniors await on their acceptance letters, the question of how college will be for their first year comes to play.
Everyone knows that going to a university is expensive and could leave you in tremendous debt which is why many times people decide to go to community college.
Everyone has different fears for college or for their future.
The SAT, Scholastic Assessment Test, first appeared back in 1926, given to 8,040 students.