It's perhaps the most stressful time of year for me, and other seniors who are making their college choices. Most have taken their SAT and ACT tests, applied to schools, and are now waiting for acceptance letters.
Not many things can make me want to give up a Jersey summer, even for a week. Only Al Neuharth can.
There’s Facebook and Twitter, and then there’s the less known - Tumblr. Tumblr allows people to post text, images, videos, links, quotes and audio to their tumblelog, a short-form blog. Like Twitter, users can choose to follow other users and make their page private.
It’s that time of the year again for so many of us who are in our senior year: picking a college. After a lot of research, I’ve been able to narrow down my list to four colleges. But for my friends and so many others — the lists go on, and on, and on.
I made it! Don't ask me how, but I'm here. After a a gut-wrenching five hours of testing, I somehow made it out alive. It may sound like a diss, but both the ACTs and SATs suck.
2400. That's the highest score that you can receive with all the sections combined on the SAT reasoning test - a dream for me and many others to achieve.
It’s not a secret that in this day and age, many of us teens and those much younger probably haven’t written a letter. Snail mail, the old ways are long gone.
Maybe it's Justin Bieber's dashing locks or his voice - but either way, the 17-year-old Canadian boy has captivated the attention of so many girls, young and old. The boys like to hate on him, but even they know he is a star.
According to Facebook, 54.7% of people ages 13-17 have a Facebook account. That statistic doesn't say it all. The minimum age to have a Facebook is 13. Kids love to keep up with the trends and even those much, much younger work around the system by using a false birth date and making an account. I will admit I too was one of them. It is not because I and others want to break the rules but it's rather because you too want to see the cool and rising hang out spot.
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