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South High senior Kevin Adusei thinks big and wide

GAJ CONGRATULATES KEVIN ADUSEI…   WORCESTER — So many Americans these days are angrily obsessed with what they believe others are taking from them and their country. Then there’s Kevin Adusei. “I feel there’s more fulfillment in giving rather than taking,” the high-achieving and highly-popular senior at South High Community ...

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Science-Loving Teens From Ghana And D.C. Geek Out Together

Ghanaian and American team members met for the first time at the competition, held in Washington, D.C.  Ryan Eskalis/NPR It was a meeting of nerds and sharks. The self-described “biotech nerds” and “robotic nerds” were seven high school students from Washington, D.C. The eight teens who call themselves “sharks” and ...

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Spotlight – Two Neurosurgeons Making Ghana Proud in 2017

3G Media celebrates two US based Neurosurgeons who have made Ghana proud in 2017.   Nancy and David, We say; “Ayekoo”, Well Done. Nancy Abu-Bonsrah has become the first black woman to be trained as a Neurosurgeon at top US university, Johns Hopkins Medical School.  According to http://baltimore.cbslocal.com, she moved to ...

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7 Smart Steps to Appeal for More College Financial Aid

And boost your odds of actually getting it If you can’t afford your dream college because it didn’t award you enough financial aid, don’t just give up in defeat. You still have time to appeal for an increase in grants or scholarships. “It is important for families to know that ...

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15 Tips for Minority Students to Get Accepted into Ivy League and Elite Colleges

Being admitted into an Ivy League university or elite private college is competitive for first-generation minority students or any high school student. But most minority students must compete for limited spots in the freshman class without the help of Princeton Review and Kaplan prep classes, advice from costly private college consultants, or mentoring by college-educated ...

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How College Admission Works

SAT Scores and Minority Students It may come as a surprise, but most schools consider how you did academically in school to be more important than SAT scores. And most colleges don’t have a cutoff SAT score. The way SAT scores are perceived has changed somewhat since, several years ago, ...

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