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  • Ske7ch's picture

    A kid in my HS makes this kid look like a joke.

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  • cphbravo96's picture

    Wait until this guy discovers girls!!

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  • idragmazda's picture

    props to this kid.

    I wish I had some guidance in HS about colleges and career paths (non-target, both of my parents were immigrants with no college education so they had no clue either)

    Fuckin public school guidance counselors are not worth a damn.

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  • happypantsmcgee's picture

    'Other options include ...SUNY Binghamton' Really, do they?

    If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

  • Banker88's picture

    ^ word. Good guidance in HS is critical. I only applied to undergrad finance programs because I wanted to "work on Wall Street." Did not even apply to the Ivies because they do not have undergraduate business programs. Parents and college guidance counselor did not know any better...

  • In reply to Banker88
    alexpasch's picture

    Banker88 wrote:
    ^ word. Good guidance in HS is critical. I only applied to undergrad finance programs because I wanted to "work on Wall Street." Did not even apply to the Ivies because they do not have undergraduate business programs. Parents and college guidance counselor did not know any better...

    You are aware that Penn has an undergraduate business program right? Now, it's name escapes me at the moment...something that starts with a W I think...

    Consultant to a Fortune 50 Company

  • -caP1taL1sm..'s picture

    I've actually met this kid, because I live on the island and I do speech and debate. I've actually debated at Bronx Science before, the high school this kid goes to.

    He's a frail, socially awkward kid. I can't imagine him succeeding in any business career path. He can barely talk to girls, let alone get in front of a public audience and give a presentation.

    "I did it for me...I liked it...I was good at it. And I was really... I was alive."

  • In reply to idragmazda
    cartman's picture

    idragmazda wrote:
    props to this kid.

    I wish I had some guidance in HS about colleges and career paths (non-target, both of my parents were immigrants with no college education so they had no clue either)

    Fuckin public school guidance counselors are not worth a damn.


    Completely true. All they know about is how to funnel kids into their local state schools. I was told to avoid applying to Ivies because 'they're really hard to get into, and UCLA provides just as good of an education'.

  • In reply to Nouveau Richie
    -caP1taL1sm..'s picture

    Nouveau Richie wrote:
    -caP1taL1sm.. wrote:

    He's a frail, socially awkward kid. I can't imagine him succeeding in any business career path. He can barely talk to girls, let alone get in front of a public audience and give a presentation.

    You do know what a quant is, right?

    I know what a quantitative analyst is. My point was you have to be able to network and talk to people. He can't.

    "I did it for me...I liked it...I was good at it. And I was really... I was alive."

  • happypantsmcgee's picture

    No you don't dude. If you have a 3.9 from almost any of the schools he is considering in a hard maths type thing, you can be a quant. Have you ever met a quant? I would rather drink with Rachel Maddow than some of those dorks. (No offense IP.)

    If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

  • In reply to alexpasch
    Banker88's picture

    alexpasch wrote:
    Banker88 wrote:
    ^ word. Good guidance in HS is critical. I only applied to undergrad finance programs because I wanted to "work on Wall Street." Did not even apply to the Ivies because they do not have undergraduate business programs. Parents and college guidance counselor did not know any better...

    You are aware that Penn has an undergraduate business program right? Now, it's name escapes me at the moment...something that starts with a W I think...

    Yeah, I meant besides that one. Still I applied early to a different finance program cause my counselor said Wharton was a reach...I shoulda reached.

  • In reply to -caP1taL1sm..
    firefighter's picture

    @capitalism: c'mon, he's a high school kid. we were all awkward in high school, especially the ivy league-wall street demographic on WSO. cut him some slack - you should probably delete your post too since anyone can search his name and see your post and immediately judge him before meeting him. it would suck if someone mentioned your name on a public forum and someone wrote something negative based on meeting you once at a time in your life where you were awkward or whatever

    and i know plenty of kids who were awkward freshman year of college who grew into themselves and became really socially active, leadership types. he's a smart kid that happened to get into a ton of colleges, he doesn't deserve posts like that about him online

  • jjcannon's picture

    LOL @ people thinking that the UWS is some kind of oasis. Seriously, there is some run-down-as-fuck apartments in the UWS and all throughout manhattan in general. I have family of friends paying like

  • sayandarula's picture

    smart dorky jewish kid gets into a bunch of ivy league schools?!? amazing!! these headlines never cease to blow my mind. just the other day i was reading about this studious asian girl with a REALLY high SAT score....

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    Money Never Sleeps? More like Money Never SUCKS amirite?!?!?!?

  • In reply to Studiofan
    vadremc's picture

    Studiofan wrote:
    SUNY Bringhamton beating Harvard and Penn combined!!! But yes I hope he goes into literature, I hear English majors make bank!

    Yup. We do...

    "Cut the burger into thirds, place it on the fries, roll one up homey..." - Epic Meal Time

  • IlliniProgrammer's picture

    HI. FRIENDLY BOFH HERE. CURRENTLY HACKING INTO ADMISSIONS DATABASES. LET'S SEE- NORTHWESTERN [CLICKETY CLICK] REJECTED. YALE [CLICKETY-CLICK] REJECTION. .... SUNY [CLICKETY CLICK] DENIED.

    EHH, LET'S GIVE THE KID HALF A CHANCE AND SAVE HIS ADMIT AT BROWN FOR ART HISTORY. HEY- YA NEVER KNOW, ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN.

    SORRY KID- LOOKS LIKE THERE WAS JUST A BUNCH OF COMPUTER GLITCHES DUE TO, AH... SOLAR FLARES! ENJOY ART HISTORY AT BROWN. GOOD LUCK- YOU'LL NEED IT.

    //End BOFH Trolling.

    Good for this kid, now we need to lock the thread before it turns into a pissing match.

  • In reply to absinthe
    dwight schrute's picture

    absinthe wrote:
    What a loser I took 12 APs and I was valedictorian.

    Also, anyone who doesn't answer 48÷2(9+3) = 2 can get above a 2200 on the SAT.


    hahaha maybe we can ask him and he will settle it once and for all

    Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art - Andy Warhol

  • trazer985's picture

    Sigh, what I find worst about this, is that this amazingly modest whatever individual managed to contact the press to get his story out. loads of kids get good results/are capable of getting good results but dont think the world should know about their stories. I was a good maths kid, could have done all the maths a levels/exams without any extra effort but did 2, because im not a gimp. I did those subjects for me because they interested me, not other people. Anyone that does extra exams is freaking insecure.

  • In reply to idragmazda
    WalMartShopper's picture

    I share similar sentiment, but still have no regrets.

    idragmazda wrote:
    props to this kid.

    I wish I had some guidance in HS about colleges and career paths (non-target, both of my parents were immigrants with no college education so they had no clue either)

    Fuckin public school guidance counselors are not worth a damn.

    If the glove don't fit, you must acquit!

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