SAT Essay Prompt 1 I may not be a impressive psychiatrist but I have increased my knowledge on feelings due to the fact of me wanting to become a psychiatrist. I don’t believe that it is better for people to act on their feelings than to talk about them. Furthermore, people should continue to talk about their feelings. I’m the type of person who gets furious quick and does not like to talk about my feelings, but when I hold it in it just builds up and gets worse. I tried almost everything I could think of to not let it out but nothing worked. I couldn’t sleep, eat, and I wasn’t myself. Everyone began to notice that I have been acting very strange so they begin to torture me which made it no better. So finally my best friend gave me some advice which was to just write things in a diary which is just like talking but is letting it out silently until I was ready to talk out loud. Once I did that I felt releved and was able to eat, sleep, and I became myself again. After a couple of weeks, I began to gradually tell my best friend what was going on with me and it felt even greater. My example shows that it is easier to talk out your feelings because from the way I was acting I could tell people didn’t like that and was very shocked that it was coming from me. Putting across about how you feel, either if you are writing it down or talking to someone about it, it should make you feel a different way and I hope it’s better. This is why most people who need to share their…
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calm, or composed
Nick was phlegmatic when his internet broke down when he got home. But why would he be?
Apathetic – (adjective) having or showing little or no emotion; not interested or concerned
One should be apathetic when they get a low SAT score because they know they will do better next time!
Conciliate– (verb) to overcome the distrust or hostility of; placate; win over, gain
If Japan is to conciliate with China about the Donju island incident, there is a chance peace could be made…
see him, he was on his way. He needed to take one more test to get into college, the SAT test. He would not be admitted without taking them and receiving a good score. I think the SAT test is to heavily relied on to admit students into school. Colleges can use GPA scores and PSSA tests or whatever standardized tests students are required to take in order to graduate.
Like every parent I started the process of SAT testing because I had no choice. So we logged on and paid a fee and were charged extra…
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
By Frederick Douglass
Date due: Wednesday, April 25, at 2:00 p.m.
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass details the experiences of one escaped slave. Your task is to create a carefully written essay of 750-1,500 words (three to five pages) according to the following prompt. You must do both halves of this prompt.
Part 1. Based on our study of the condition of the United States…
Choice #1 : Texas A&M University
1. Why? because they have the career that I want to study
2. SAT Scores:
SAT Critical Reading:
Recentered SAT scores:
3. ACT Scores:
ACT Combined: 30 24 27
ACT English: 30 23 26
ACT Math: 29 24 26
ACT Reading: ----
ACT Science: ----
4. GPA/RANK: 0.0
5. Early Admission Deadline: Dec. 1
6. Regular Admission Deadline___________…
The SAT holds tremendous power in determining where you will go to college.
To go to virtually any college or university in the United States, you need to have taken
the Scholastic Aptitude Test, a standardized exam that assigns you a score that ranks your
verbal and math abilities. The SAT is not an intelligence test, rather, it is a predictor of
college success. College admissions committees use the SAT to get a general idea of
your scholastic aptitude. Each section of the…
College: Makers or Breakers
Taking a test? Bad with test anxiety or couldn't pay to retake the take the test? Sorry some college choices are going to be sacrificed. College boards say they use the SAT and ACT tests to determine admissions, provide scholarships and financial support in a fair way to all students. But these tests should shift how they weigh the importance of test scores because they are not fair for all students, due to the fact that the tests favor students from a higher income scale…
(B) defensive about
(C) tolerant of
(D) enamored of
(E) overwhelmed by
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Abolishing the SAT
The stress, the anxiety, and the hair loss for a high schooler is not because of a girl or a guy; it is because of a test that “outlines a student’s whole life”, the SAT. College Board describes the SAT to be, “…a globally recognized college admission test that lets [the student] show colleges what [he/ she] know[s] and how well [he/ she] can apply the knowledge of reading, writing and math — subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms.” (“About the SATs”, 2012) However…
2015 february 21
I think that interpersonal skills are more important than technology skills.
My first reason is that research has shown that more people lose their jobs
because they can't get along with others, because of poor interpersonal skills. My
second reason is Employers have found that you can train sharp people and
teach them new skills they will need for the job. But, it is much more difficult to
infuse individuals with a caring attitude,…