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The SAT's

Armed with a battalion of pencils, and a fragile sense of confidence, I sat for the SAT’s. While waiting for the proctor to say “begin” I noticed beads of sweat forming on my brow and upper lip. I convinced myself that as drops of sweat fel...

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Perhaps you’ve heard of Pushkin, considered the most talented Russian author and poet. You might have read Tolstoy. After all, his literary collection consists of ninety volumes. Does Dostoevsky ring a bell? Checkhov graced the earth for on...

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