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I chocked, trying hard to hold back my tears. I was a freshman, and my behavior would perhaps lure mockery. But it hurt me deeply to hear my counselor ask me if I was sure I wanted to take honor courses. I had nothing against her, she was actually quite nice; it’s just that such question made me realize I was still been underestimated. I would perhaps repent from taking such courses since I had failed my GATE test and had never attended a fundamental school. Yet, I calmed my self—though deeply worried—and told her I was sure. After my freshman year I was shocked; I had received a ninety-eight percent in my GATE test, although I had once failed it with a thirty-six percent. It was then that I realized that if I wanted to improve my self I couldn’t say no to the challenges high school offered me. I questioned such decision every year since my parents, nor any of their ancestors, had ever attended an American high school. All the clubs, community service, tests, etc. were new to us all. I was just going to have to create fresh material, and
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