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New York Times Scholarship Part 3

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New York Times Scholarship - Part III

        
        My one greatest academic achievement that I've accomplished

        would have to be keeping good and consistent grades throughout my

        three and half years in high school.

        
        This single thing, even though it is over a span of years, is the most
        

        important to me because after all the hard work that you've put in, you
        
        

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I think this number
        
        

        is the most important one because it symbolizes what I've done over a
        
        

        substantial and important part of my life. This shows that I can stay on

        track over a period of time and perform the tasks that I'm put to do even

        with distractions along the way.

        
        As most people who have passed through high school know, there

        are lots of pressures that a student goes through. Besides the peer

        pressures of cutting class and doing what my friends are doing, I also

        have to juggle extra curricular activities, such as an and a

        part-time job working at . All this on top of the tons

        of homework that teachers assign and all the stress involved with the

        college application process, might just drive anyone off track, especially

        over the course of four years.

        
        The only way to survive all these things is to stay focused on your

        task and be disciplined throughout the four years. This is why I believe

        that my cumulative average is my most important academic achievement.

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