Check your mathdenovo wrote:0.01 percent or 0.9 percent.
denovo wrote:Maybe the year your daughter is applying they already had a lot of applicants from her state with a similar profile , or not. Or perhaps, she didn't connect with the alumni interviewer, but would have done better with another interviewer.
Bob's not my name wrote: My kids ... got in
Not interested in your personal lifedenovo wrote: I do alumni interviewers.
They have $162,000 in cash.MooseandBear wrote:Perhaps it would make sense to refinance the car loans even while they're paying them down?
Every year 20,000 boys get a math score this good or better. 7,000 get a perfect math score. Unfortunately, the SAT is not a differentiator.fredflinstone wrote:My nephew surprised me on his SATs: 780 on verbal, 760 on math.
Classic post.Riceman wrote: I was 1 for 3 with Ivies and also rejected from Standford. Like your nephew, I chose a good pubclic school.
I assume that's a typo.RoberTX wrote:In retirement, they expect to have $3,900 income between pensions and social security. They might be able to live off of this