Categories: College Admissions

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Jim Chance · March 20, 2017 at 4:31 am

**sees this** FUUUUUUUUUUUCK YEAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!

Metal Gear777 · April 5, 2017 at 6:02 am

Your life will pass in the blink of an eye but are you totally prepared to stand in front of God? That will remain the most important question every single passing day whether you ignore it or not…or choose to believe the existence of where we came from even though God will continue to exist and then you will be found guilty and wanting at your own judgement simply because you chose to believe the world.

You will ~not~ be able to buy your way through the gates of Heaven even with the highest of merits but Jesus has already paid the price if you call out to him and accept him as Lord and Savior verbally through faith, no church required even for real baptism. Baptism after coming into knowledge and understanding of the gospel is required but could easily be preformed by any christian even in a bathtub, see Youtube.

Have a relationship in private with your real Father, and he will find favor in you through obedience after you have accepted him. He will intervene in the decision of others towards you once you become obedient to him. No religious prayers, just a request in truth is all it takes…he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not wait another day because tomorrow is not promised.

I recommend you to watch Pete Cabrerra Jr on Youtube who has a team that performs miracles on a regular basis just as Jesus Christ did it, also a great movie is The Visual Gospel of John.

I trained my kid to seek God for everything and now my child cannot stop telling me all the great things God does for her when she asks him for help and how he has *never* let her down. recently he informed her through a dream that he would take care of her College & admissions, a few wks later she was accepted to her #1 choice University with nearly no tuition fee to pay.

overdrive · April 14, 2017 at 1:49 am

the girl has a dead mom and an autistic brother? instant acceptance to ivy leagues

Imani Hayes · May 28, 2017 at 11:36 pm

This is wonderful that he has excellent grades and is applying to ivy league schools, but everyone in ivy league schools is not getting all As and high sat scores. everyone in ivy league schools are not smart. there are many rich kids who get accepted and go there cuz they have money

Scenery Outdoors · June 11, 2017 at 9:53 pm

Why waste your childhood trying to get into these Ivy League colleges? Just because you go to Harvard doesn’t automatically grant you a good job after you graduate. If you go to an average college and get very good grades, then you are practically guaranteed a job and you still get to enjoy your childhood.

Hector Cortez-aponte-cabrera · June 23, 2017 at 9:15 am

Harvard is doing the right thing. I think the idea of perfection in academics has become bland and boring for the admissions office. They are now focusing on what makes one different from the usual cookie cutter mold. Doing everything that looks good on paper is not necessarily what the focus should be. This is a step in the right direction.

Diana Camacho · July 16, 2017 at 5:19 pm

If you want to achive something , don’t complain . Not everything can be handed to you . Often people need to make sacrifices in order to reach those dreams.

Jason Smith · August 8, 2017 at 5:36 am

why doesn’t Harvard just do an online version? – then, you can go unlimited enrollment. But, if supply/demand is what Harvard is all about, they’re gonna scrap such an idea off-hand. perhaps instead of demanding its applicants have a: ”what have you done to make the world a better place?” mentality, they should lead by example, first – hypocrisy by the elites…

Takashi Nakamura · August 11, 2017 at 12:16 pm

Oh no he didn’t get into Harvard boo hoo… I’m sorry but why are they focusing on white kids, I know it’s bad to always bring race into things and they’re stories are challenging and interesting but what about people of color or from troubled neighborhoods? An Asian newscaster enforcing another stereotype? I don’t know maybe I’m over analyzing or being a negative nelly but why don’t we talk about these things?

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