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Sam Houston State University Admissions

Sam Houston State University Admissions Overview: With an acceptance rate of 72%, Sam Houston State is largely accessible to applicants. Students interested in the school will need to submit high school transcripts and SAT or ACT scores as part of their applications. Most admitted students have average grades of B or higher; and, if your test grades are within or above the ranges listed below, you have a good chance of being admitted.
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The Dagda

The Dagda (also Daghda, Daghdha, Dagdae, or Dagda Mór), usually written with the definite article, is one of the most important gods in Irish-Celtic mythology. He appears as a multi-talented warrior-leader...
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Thoughtful Mother's Day Quotes

Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May every year. Your own mother may not be the perfect cook or the greatest homemaker. But she is your mother -- a woman like no other, and she deserves more than just a "Happy Mother's Day." Here are some thoughtful Mother's Day quotes to make her day memorable.
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University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Admissions

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) is a largely accessible public university. The school had an acceptance rate of 74 percent. Admitted students tend to have grades in the "B" range or better, and SAT/ACT scores that are average or higher. The application has an optional essay (an essay is required for university scholarship applicants).
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The People of Chile - History

ChileThe major ethnic groups in Chile are Mestizo (mixed native American and European ancestry), which comprise 66 percent of the population; Europeans, which compromise 25 percent of the population and native American who make up 7 percent. Literacy is very high in Chile, and the majority of the people are Roman Catholic.
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How to Stay Motivated at the End of the Semester

If college were easy, more people would be attending-and graduating. And while college can be challenging, there are definitely times when things are more difficult than usual. The end of the semester, for example-and especially the end of the spring semester-can sometimes feel harder to get through than the rest of the year combined.
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