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Is the SAT a Graduation Requirement?


Is the SAT a Graduation Requirement?

Is the SAT a Graduation Requirement?


Are you concerned that your teen might not do well on the SAT and you're wondering if it really is a graduation requirement? Click on Lee's video to learn more!



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