First thing first is, I don’t wanna talk formally. I have a bad grade in my English lesson, so yeah(this is awkward but lets continue. Like the title, I hate school, well, everyone hates school. But sometimes, school things made our day like super great. School’s event is the factor students love to go school?. Such as sport day, graduation, prom(sadly my school never had a prom) and more. I have collected a few reasons why students love to go school ‘sometimes’;).
first is, student love to go school coz they wants to see they crush, bae, bestie or else. Yes, i agree. Coz sometimes when i had a good day at school with bae/crush/bestie , it is a good sign that i want to go school tomorrow?.
Next, nowadays student hate school but they had to graduate for college, and get a life(I’ve planned my future what would be…
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These are great everyday highlighters/concealers that help brighten the under eyes. They come in two shades; a pink-undertone light shade and a medium yellow-undertone shade. This review is on both; Wow and Pizazz.
This is a multi-use product; it can be used as a concealer under the eyes or as a highlighter on the cheekbones, bridge of nose, middle of forehead, etc. It is a twist up pen with a brush tip; fairly simple. Pizazz is on the left and Wow is on the right.
The formula is great; it is lightweight, not greasy, and it seems to just melt into the skin. It is not drying at all and therefore great for dry skin but because it is oil-free, it holds up well on oily skin too. The coverage is light to medium so it is not ideal if you like a full coverage concealer.
I had the lighter…
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Today we’re bringing you a review and style post. We had the great opportunity to collaborate with Jord, a unique wood-watch brand. We were each sent a watch that we picked out from the website. These watches are stylish and unique. We’re hoping that you’ll like these watches just as much as we do!
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The Fall 2015 issue of The Review of Higher Education featured research from Julie J. Park and Ann H. Becks looking at who benefits from preparation for the SAT. Their research focuses on how high school resources are linked to participation in a variety of forms of SAT prep as well as the impact of SAT prep on SAT scores, both overall and for students of different races.
Park, an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education at the University of Maryland, College Park, and Becks, a Research Analyst at Human Capital Research Corporation in Evanston, Ill., participated in a Q&A about their article.
JHUP: What sparked the idea for this research?
JP: I had done an article that looked at trends in SAT prep for Chinese and Korean Americans. While SAT prep is usually the domain of higher income students, some low-income Korean…
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