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When Camp Results Do Not Equal Projected Improvement


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lol

 

now hold on there stu...wouldn't you agree that that extra 10% should be considered for a donation to a need based student-aid fund for those who cannot afford to take a school?

 

 

like me?

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lol

 

now hold on there stu...shouldn't that extra 10% be considered for a donation to a need based student aid fund for those who cannot afford to take a school?

 

 

like me?

 

Man, you guys are bad at math ... If I already paid $2,250 for a 10% improvement in ability, then surely I must owe an additional $2,250 if I improved by 20%! Either way, it was money well-spent!

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Like I said...

 

Shouldn't that extra $2,250 be donated to a low income student aid fund ...for me?

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