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MIT student blogger Keri G. '10

In or Out? by Keri G. '10

Out.

I’m pretty disappointed, but hey, it could be worse.

So it goes.

7 responses to “In or Out?”

  1. Jay says:

    hey there are always more opportunities!

    smile

  2. Roman says:

    Dont be disappointed. Im 24 and just now realizing the possibilities. Haven’t taken the SAT’s, dropped out of High school (twice), and was never in any clubs. Think ill ever make it to MIT? =/

  3. Jennifer says:

    Like you said, not the only way to become a teacher. Have you looked at PeaceCorps volunteer teaching?

    Have some delicious cake. (:

  4. kid says:

    “Burning desire to be or do something gives us staying power – a reason to get up every morning or to pick ourselves up and start in again after a disappointment.” -Marsha Sinetar

    It’s all about WHAT you love to do, not where you do it smile

  5. bnasty says:

    Keep your head up Keri always remember to stay focused. BNasty loves you. Good Luck. You are very pretty.

    P.S. wanna date ?

  6. C2 says:

    You know what they say: never give up! You are your biggest enemy!
    I just notice there is a College called MIT half a year ago, then I started doing SAT and stuff… Hope I can get in …

  7. I can just say YOU WILL BE PROUD OF THIS ONE DAY!