Agree with Bromion. I’ve heard this from a few people who scored a 6 on the AWA. The Princeton Review has a decent template that I read last night. Basically just what Bromion said.
Doing two important things at the same time usually means you will not have your cake and eat it too.
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i got 4.5/6 on AWA, i guess i rambled a bit about politcs and what not
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