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[ - ] 33 years old. My cycle used to be 27,8 days but these day it is 24,5 days…Is this normal ? am I having menopause symptom? 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:52 PM Flag
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you probably just started hanging out with new ppl. got a new assistant at work? your cycle is adjusting to some other pheremones around you. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Thoughts on Murrow HS in brooklyn, any good? 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:41 PM Flag
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Yes it's good. The specialized programs are supposed to be great--esp. math/science and art. Why? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:52 PM Flag
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Murrow is very strong, if a bit disorganized. The arts programs are strong and there is something called M-star which is a science program. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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Yes. I know people who listed it first -- you are guaranteed a spot if you score in the top 1 or 2% on the state tests. They have a good science, music, drama department but they take students with a range of academic abilities. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:53 PM Flag
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No, the 2% is no longer a guarantee of admission; they changed it this year. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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Really? That seemed like a good thing to me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:00 PM Flag
[ - ] My doctor wife (yeah, that one) took the day off today to spend some time working on a volunteer project. The kids have a delayed opening today and Im working from home so we were all home this morning. She has a meeting of her group at 9, at a spot 10 minutes away. She left the house 40 minutes before 9 and has spent the last 15 minutes in the driveway looking through the car and sitting in the front seat on her phone. Can you see why that would be annoying? 17 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:37 PM Flag
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She needs some space. Be understanding. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:38 PM Flag
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OMG go back to a job out of the house and pay for some help with the kids. Really, this isn't working for you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:39 PM Flag
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I do work every day. I'd love to start working right now but with the kids around I can't really start until they go to school at 10. But you're right, this isn't working for me. Whatever. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:44 PM Flag
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get that you work, but maybe you need the same pressure to be out of the house on time that you wife does...you seem to be the in-house backup [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:45 PM Flag
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That's exactly it. Yes. I'm the default backup. When all these snow days come up she says "well, I've got to leave at 8, so....can't you just not go to work today?" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:47 PM Flag
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that actually makes sense, having one partner with more flexibility when one has a schedule that isn't but it can only work if the flexible partner is ok with it. If you aren't, change it. Or better yet, take your wife out to dinner and nicely express your concerns and the feeling that you are being taken advantage of... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:49 PM Flag
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Are you male or female? I have never heard a guy say whatever . . . [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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Hire a nanny and get some sort of real job outside the house. Your whining is so unattractive. No wonder your DW is trying to get away from you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:43 PM Flag
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I have a real job. That's not really the point. I work at home only on Fridays. What annoys me is that it's like she's looking for ways to get out of the house as often as possible. I'm sure many husbands do the same. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:46 PM Flag
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I used to do that too... right before I left my asshole of a H [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:53 PM Flag
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Yeah ... my ex was having an affair when he did this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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No one's trying to attract you here. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:50 PM Flag
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Yes it's annoying but this is what you're stuck with. Not uncommon with doctors, but you have noticed this before. Unlikely that it will change, so either you can let it continue to annoy you, or you can recognize that it is, what it is [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:54 PM Flag
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Yeah I know. I'm just complaining. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:58 PM Flag
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I know. It's frustrating, I hear you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:01 PM Flag
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Most Doctor's wives put up with this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:57 PM Flag
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So take some action and stop whining. Talk to her about what's happening in your marriage. See a counselor for yourself and for both of you. Focus on raising healthy, happy children. Stop spying and assessing her every action and focus on your kids and yourself. You're taking on a victim role and it gets you nothing but dissatisfaction. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:00 PM Flag
[ - ] Anyone work on Hudson Street? 0 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:37 PM Flag
[ - ] How many people does a 'normal' birthday cake - baked with two round cake pans and iced - serve? Family birthday, will be 12 - 15 people, wondering if we need two cakes... 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:30 PM Flag
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yes you will need 2 cakes [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:33 PM Flag
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Need two [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:33 PM Flag
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probably fine. we have a bunch of "i'll have a sliver" people. so it usually works. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:34 PM Flag
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8, unless you use much larger round pans. A standard sheet cake would feed than many though. [ Reply | More ]
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OP: Thanks. Personally would just like to buy a larger one, DD (12) on a baking binge and wants to make and ice. Okay, there are worse things... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:35 PM Flag
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my layer cake recipe makes 24 cupcakes so I think that'd definitely serve 15 people. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:54 PM Flag
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If you do a three layer cake, the slices can be smaller. Or....I've often done a cake and cupcakes, which are easier for little ones to manage. The adults eat the actual cake. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:58 PM Flag
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9 inch cake serves 16. Bigger than that you are being piggy. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Posted earlier in the week about a hippie mom that I suspected didn't vaccinate. We talked, and she does!! Pretty adamant about it. I guess you can't judge a book by its cover. 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:25 PM Flag
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the people I know who don't vaccinate are not hippie parents AT ALL.. but very rich, very self-righteous [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:29 PM Flag
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the ones I have heard make vague noises are religious homeschoolers. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:31 PM Flag
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whatever your personal experience is, the fact is that the Silicone Valley has the fewest vaccinated kids... those people are not homeschoolers and probably not overly religious either [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:40 PM Flag
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OK, thanks for the tip - I don't live anywhere near there [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:50 PM Flag
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I don't either. It's not a tip, it was national news. [ Reply | More ]
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Ok, thanks for the tip again, I guess all the anti-vaxxers are in silicone valley and nowhere else [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:02 PM Flag
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silicone valley? really? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:54 PM Flag
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the only thing all non vaxers i know have in common is that they are dumb. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:54 PM Flag
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this [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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And teach yoga [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:58 PM Flag
[ - ] Does anyone have a child at Lab High School or know of anyone that does? What is your general impression? Are the kids pushed, or is it very laid back? The college admissions look good over a period of 6 years, but what is it like for a year? How many kids end up at Ivies or comparable schools? The SAT average is good, but not great. 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
NY Schools 03.06.15, 01:22 PM Flag
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The SAT scores are comparable to Beacon and ElRo and they are higher than Millennium, School of the Future. The non-specialized schools lag far behind Stuy and Bronx Sci (my dd did not apply there). But even Stuy's average scores aren't enough to get into Harvard. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:33 PM Flag
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there are so many other factors when it comes to Ivies [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:41 PM Flag
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I'm not thinking of Harvard. More of Columbia, Penn, Cornell, Brown. That sort of thing. Lab looks like a good suburban HS, but I'm wondering if their college admissions look that way too. I heard such great things about another good D2 school only to find out the admissions were terrible. I wonder if it is due to the college counselors or the rep of the school at colleges. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:47 PM Flag
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Might have had something to do with the students? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:51 PM Flag
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They get similar SAT scores, but end up at vastly different schools. Maybe they were not encouraged to reach high enough by the college counselor. The demographics at the schools are similar, so it is not money. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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Maybe they don't want Ivy. Imagine. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:01 PM Flag
[ - ] For those who are interested: "Longitudinal neuroimaging studies demonstrate that the adolescent brain continues to mature well into the 20s. This has prompted intense interest in linking neuromaturation to maturity of judgment. Public policy is struggling to keep up with burgeoning interest in cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging. However, empirical evidence linking neurodevelopmental processes and adolescent real-world behavior remains sparse. Nonetheless, adolescent brain development research is already shaping public policy debates about when individuals should be considered mature for policy purposes. " google it. Interesting. 22 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:17 PM Flag
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However it has things like facts which might interfere with your opinions [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:18 PM Flag
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and big words. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:23 PM Flag
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:34 PM Flag
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yup. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:18 PM Flag
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If you want to keep your child at home in the basement until he is 30, I support you. It's not the choice my family is making. My child will go off to college at 18. His dad and I confident he has the skills to survive. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:24 PM Flag
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the words in those scientific articles are really big aren't they [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:30 PM Flag
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My goodness you are nasty [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:34 PM Flag
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please, go away. You really have nothing interesting to say on this subject. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:42 PM Flag
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I see the excerpt as supporting college. I think brains do continue to develop, but having appropriate stimulus helps. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:33 PM Flag
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This. If humans have been capable of making and living with decisions from puberty, for the last 150,000 years, our kids can start acting like responsible adults at 18. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:35 PM Flag
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except for most of those 150,000 years, humans didn't reach puberty until closer to 18 or 19 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:42 PM Flag
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Bullshit. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:52 PM Flag
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A voice of reason. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:42 PM Flag
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This. Thank you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:42 PM Flag
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this is the reason why the army wants you at 18. the younger you are, the easier you are to brainwash. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:35 PM Flag
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exactly. It is very sad for some of these young people who are put into positions where they must take actions that are simply the least bad one. See the article in the NYT Sunday about the 19 year old in Afghanistan who killed many civilians there. And he has to live with this for the rest of his life. And he has to live with the fact that he may have killed x number of enemies but created 10x more. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:40 PM Flag
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Yes and the "adults" are to blame for this. Lots of people make bad decisions. It's not limited to 18 yos. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:42 PM Flag
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So now you are going to bash the institution and men and women who fight to protect you and yours? Your I sides must be totally black. You stink [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:41 PM Flag
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bye bye! back to your Fox News [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:45 PM Flag
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I'm actually a NYC democrat. Thanks for playing [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:53 PM Flag
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this [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:56 PM Flag
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dude, i'm not bashing it. i'm just saying the neuroplasticity of 18yo brains is not news. certainly not to military organizations around the world. but you know, you can try to make it political if you'd like. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:55 PM Flag
[ - ] This is terrible and typical of the Republican hypocrisy. As long as you call yourself a Christian and promote "Christian values" you are respected, but someone living their personal life in an upright manner, like President Obama, gets attacked. How does anyone vote Republican? 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Stop with the Christian bashing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:32 PM Flag
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We're not. We're "christian"-bashing. If you walk the walk, we have no problem with you; but if your life choices don't look like the ones Jesus would make, you can count on mockery and contempt when you try to hide behind the "christian" banner. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:38 PM Flag
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ohhhh, I get it this is the BAC UB poster [ Reply | More ]
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I love how everyone knows what some dude who lived 2000 years ago would do [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:04 PM Flag
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Not just any dude. He was a magic dude! [ Reply | More ]
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WHAT? How is this Christian bashing?? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:57 PM Flag
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really bad decision on the part of the Republican party to get in bed with the religious nuts [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:40 PM Flag
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x1000 [ Reply | More ]
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That's why this republican can't vote republican. I'll be glad when my party wakes up and gets rid of the crazies. [ Reply | More ]
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How is a gay man like Obama living in an "upright manner"? [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] How many specialized high schools are there in NYC? 42 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:13 PM Flag
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I think 9 right now. Some of the specialized high schools used to just have regular admissions until Bloomberg changed them and made the SHSAT exam the guiding factor. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:17 PM Flag
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OP: Got it. So are these 9 high schools considered better than the rest of the other public high schools - schools like Scholar's Academy or Murrow or Benjamin Cardozo? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:23 PM Flag
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They are better for a certain type of student. Not better for others. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:31 PM Flag
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OP: I would have thought those nine schools would have better/higher results around things like average SAT scores or college placement or National Merit Semi Finalists or Intel Science Award Winners or state writing and art awards or anything else that might remotely give you an idea of the caliber of the academics given the higher qualifications to get into those schools to begin with. [ Reply | More ]
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They are better schools, they are just about the only decent high schools in nyc. Don't let anyone try to tell you otherwise. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:41 PM Flag
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There are other decent schools. Beacon, Bard, Elro, Lab, Goldstein, Midwood, etc. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:57 PM Flag
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Those other schools are indeed decent [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:01 PM Flag
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No no. There are other excellent high schools that use different admissions criteria, i.e. Bard, Beacon, Lab, Goldstein, Townsend Harris, and more. [ Reply | More ]
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Better is subjective [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:33 PM Flag
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OP: Must be a reason why they seem to be more desirable and sought after - and seem to have better academics, including graduation rates. Am I wrong? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:36 PM Flag
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You're not wrong, but they are incredibly competitive, large schools. If your child isn't going to thrive in that environment, then they will not be better off there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:43 PM Flag
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OP: Fair enough. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:52 PM Flag
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Some of them are small: HSMSE, HSAS, Bk Latin. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:01 PM Flag
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NP In terms of sheer numbers, there are about one million kids under 18 in NYC, which is about 90,000 eighth graders. About 30,000 take the SHSAT, competing for about 5,000 seats. Do the math: you have the brightest and most motivated kids in NYC. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:45 PM Flag
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About 78,000 8th graders. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:02 PM Flag
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You are just naive. No big deal. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:47 PM Flag
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You are just naive. No big deal. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:47 PM Flag
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OP: It means a lot coming from someone like you. Really, it does. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:52 PM Flag
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Most of the other SHS were created during the Bloomberg era, i.e. Brooklyn Latin, HSMSE. [ Reply | More ]
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8? If you are counting LaG [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:17 PM Flag
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OP: Thanks. And these 8 (or 9) require students to take the SHSAT test, correct? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:21 PM Flag
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LaG does not. The rest do [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:26 PM Flag
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OP - And those 8 that do, do they each have different test score thresholds/minimums or is there one score for all of them and admissions is a lottery? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:30 PM Flag
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Same test. No lottery. Score driven. How old is your dc? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:35 PM Flag
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OP: Thnx. Not for my DCs - just wanted to know the basics. Appreciate the info. Btw, is there a place where they list the required test scores? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:39 PM Flag
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NP No, because the cutoff scores change every year, depending on how many kids rank a school as their first choice, second choice, and so on. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:43 PM Flag
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OP. Got it! Two more questions - Are you guaranteed a spot at one of the nine specialized high schools if you score high enough on the SHSAT, and for the other high schools that are not one of the nine specialized schools, like Beacon or Cardozo, is admissions basically a lottery? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:46 PM Flag
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No lottery. No guarantee. If your score is high enough and you rank - you get seat. ALL other high schools have I dividuals admission criteria. [ Reply | More ]
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No [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:47 PM Flag
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OP: How do you know which of the nine (8) schools you should be applying to if you dont know if your SHSAT score is good enough to be considered for admissions? And which schools tend to have the highest minimum SHSAT scores? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:51 PM Flag
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lol! You just RANK the schools in the order that you like them. You don't "apply" based on what the highest minimum SHSAT score is. Except for a small % of students who are obsessed with status, most students simply rank in the order that they prefer them. Students in Brooklyn might rank Stuy, then Tech, then Latin and nothing else. Or they may rank Latin, then Tech, then Stuy. You don't rank in order of the cut off score, you rank in the order that you like the school. [ Reply | More ]
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^^Also, if you live on the UES, you might rank Bronx Science, then HSAS. Or you might rank Stuy, then Bx Sci. Or you might rank HSAS, HSMSE, then Bx Science. It just depends on the kid. The higher you score, the better your chance of getting your first choice. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 02:02 PM Flag
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The test score thresholds vary from year to year. It's simple: say they take 1000 kids at Stuy. The top 1000 scorers who put STUY as their first choice get accepted. That's it. Same for all the other schools. LaG has a rigorous audition process and they also have the kids write during the audition. If the kid makes the "talent" portion of the test (and can write well) then they look at their grades, test scores, lates/unexcused absences and make a final decision. It's a complex rubric, but it is fairly transparent. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:46 PM Flag
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OP: Thank you! So each of the nine schools (except LGA) sets their own SHSAT score minimums and then accepts the students with the highest scores who first choice the school, correct? But assuming that schools may also take kids who may have put them as their second or third choice, meaning a child who scores very high on the SHSAT could get into multiple schools. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:50 PM Flag
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No. You can't get into multiple Specialized HS. Honestly, OP, you should look at the DOE website. Your questions are more easily and accurately answered there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:59 PM Flag
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There are no minimums! You don't understand how it works. You get into ONE specialized high school and it will be the one the child ranks highest, IF there is still room in that school. The high school that fills up first has the highest "cut off", but there can be many hundreds of students above that cut off throughout all the other specialized high schools. That is GOOD because that way more kids who want Stuy as their first choice would get it - because there are many other high scoring students who choose a different specialized high school first and aren't taking those spots. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:59 PM Flag
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9 total [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:30 PM Flag
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Nine - Bronx Science, Stuyvesant, Brklyn Latin, MSE, Brklyn Tech, Science York, Staten Island Tech, Lehman and LGA (no sshat test). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:29 PM Flag
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It's not Lehman. lehman is a crappy big HS in the Bronx. It's called American Studies or HSAS. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:41 PM Flag
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It's called High School of American Studies at Lehman College - otherwise known as Lehman. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:43 PM Flag
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The school is fighting HARD not to be called Lehman [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:57 PM Flag
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People call it Lehman [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Are there any cultures where public farting isn't considered rude? I need to move there. Sick of holding it in. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Gas X? [ Reply | More ]
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It's your diet. Western diet is awful. Other cultures have diets that produce less gas. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:26 PM Flag
[ - ] Last night out of the blue, my 7 yo DS tells me that he would take a bullet for me. We don't watch much tv so I am not sure where he heard it. But he is so sweet. I love him so much. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:11 PM Flag
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It's in a song [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:17 PM Flag
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Parents are so oblivious when it comes to all of the ways their children are exposed to the world. Adults have learned to tune so much out that they don't even realize the amount of information getting to their kids every day. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:44 PM Flag
[ - ] What's your favorite grab on the go snack when you are starving? I tend to grab a Luna bar or cheese stick, but need to mix it up. Nothing too sugary - and something high in protein. Thanks! 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:11 PM Flag
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Kind bar. dark chocolate and peanut butter [ Reply | More ]
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almonds [ Reply | More ]
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Handful of almonds - if I'm going out, I'll put some in a ziplock or reusable snak bag. [ Reply | More ]
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fage yogurt, handful of nuts, apple and peanut butter. [ Reply | More ]
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Hard boiled egg. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Breakfast: quinoa, avocado and peanut dressing. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Zzzz FB [ Reply | More ]
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not a good start for the day. [ Reply | More ]
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I think it sounds really good. [ Reply | More ]
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barf [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] thanks UB! I asked about saving my coffee from yesterday to make ice coffee and you all were right. I am enjoying my delicious ice coffee as I read UB this morning! :) 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 12:52 PM Flag
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I'm on here way too much. I totally am following your coffee story. Enjoy! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:11 PM Flag
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lol thanks. I am on here way too much too [ Reply | More ]
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tell me what you did? Just put your coffee in the fridge? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:14 PM Flag
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Wow. OP should patent the process. It's an earth-shattering breakthrough. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:15 PM Flag
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Yes I just put it in the fridge and added ice this morning! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:17 PM Flag
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this reminds me of the day my mother called me to say she had figured out how to make soup that didn't come in a can. It involved the blender and her microwave and she was quite proud of herself. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:21 PM Flag
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Your mom didn't know how to cook? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:22 PM Flag
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No, she never really cooked herself beyond heating things up. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:23 PM Flag
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iced. it's an adjective. not a noun. unless the coffee is actually frozen. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:33 PM Flag
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thanks! I learn so much on ub [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 03.06.15, 01:35 PM Flag
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