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Waking up to your 23847017498237 alarms on SAT day.
An abysmal start to a possibly more abysmal day. (eatwatchrun.com)
Navigating to the SAT page.
Bookmarks coming in clutch. (tumblr.com)
“But do I actually want to see my scores?”
But actually no. (giphy.com)
“What if they’re horrible? What if I only get a 400?”
Dishonor on your cow, dishonor on your whole family. (tumblr.com)
“Maybe I should just not to go school today.”
Me, every morning. (tumblr.com)
“Fiiiiiiiine. I should check. Just to see.”
Why CollegeBoard needs you to type in your password twice to see scores is still a mystery to me. (kinja-img.com)
This reaction works both for a good score or a bad one. (pandawhale.com)
Showing up to class.
“Can you not.” (giphy.com)
Avoiding the nosy kid that’s going to ask everybo— oh, never mind.
“Hey–” “No.” (tumblr.com)
Crap, here he comes.
“Hi, yes I did get my scores!”
“Please kindly go away.” (photobucket.com)
“I did…okay! Haha.”
What you really want to say, but can’t. (tumblr.com)
“No, you can’t know. Sorry.”
Seriously, though, kid. Nobody likes nosy people. (lovethisgif.com)
*repeating this entire process with 2341837401982734098724 people*
Why did you go to school today again? (tumblr.com)
“How were your scores, honey?”
The golden rule, people. Follow it. (tumblr.com)
Jeanette is part of the class of 2018 at Cornell University, double majoring in Information Science and China Studies. She hails from a public high school in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and enjoys geocaching, skiing, and gaming in her spare time. Admissions season has given her humility, resilience, and the ability to answer ten different prompts with one personal statement.
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