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The Testimonials have been grouped according to program:9 Advanced Academy of Georgia
4 Bard High School Early College
3 Clarkson School Bridging Year
5 Early College at Guilford
8 Early Entry Program at CSULA
3 Early Honors Program
5 Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science
7 Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing
1 National Academy of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering
34 Program for the Exceptionally Gifted
7 Simon's Rock College of Bard
6 Texas Academy for Leadership in the Humanities
8 Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science
4 Transition School and Early Entrance Program at UW
1 UW Academy for Young Scholars
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|Excuse the names, it is currently 11 p.m. and the week before finals. Also, we wish to be anonymous. PEG is a way to skip four years of school. While it is certainly difficult to adjust, its fun. So, here is our 2 cents. Although, of course we are going to be successful people so eventually, the price will go up. However, if you are a poor mofo, you will get some serious financial aid. Also, just be sure that you are the type of person who does their homework and comes to class, unlike L.M.M. *cough* In conclusion, we have run out of things to say/write. Goodbye.....^_^...o lord|
- Moe, Larry, and Curly, Student (Class of 2006)
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