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I scored in the 96th percentile on the SAT. When I was an undergraduate at Trinity University, I was exempt from taking the required English courses due to my high SAT scores in reading and writing.
I was an SAT tutor at Revolution Prep for over 2 years, preparing mostly high school students to score well on the SAT test.
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