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Old 01-31-2008, 03:14 PM   #11
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i wasnt serious when i said awesome. duh, why would i be pumped about that? i dont know i just keep running it and not changing stuff and it gets worse, oh well who cares as long as i can still play games and it looks decent right? but do know that you guys care more about you 3dmark score than something like your SAT or IQ test so whatever
I took that as a direct dis and insult. And I don't care about IQ tests because they are not accurate at all. I do however care about my SAT's and SATII's.

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Old 01-31-2008, 03:26 PM   #12
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SAT's are really a worthless test. they really mean nothing unless you want to go to like MIT in which case you could got to college for a year and transfer with a 4.0, dont fall into the crap of the "importance" of the SAT. The first time i took it (old SAT's) i got a 720 math 520 verbal and i still got into all my schools including embry riddle and FIT

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