A Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey from the Inner City to the Ivy League - To Him Who Endureth Summary & Analysis

Ron Suskind
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To Him Who Endureth Summary and Analysis

One of Cedric's afternoon classes at Ballou is College Prep, a course that, in the early fall, helps seniors prepare for their final SAT and then to complete the application process to colleges. Having read and re-read the admission requirements for Yale, Harvard, Princeton and M.I.T., Cedric is slowly resigning himself to a "middle-rung" college at best. Remembering that a science teacher once mentioned Brown University, he looks it up. Less competitive than Harvard, it still has an average SAT score of 1290, but seems also to be a bit more flexible with requirements and coursework. Despite his most recent SAT score of only 960, he completes the application. In his essay, he speaks to his faith, his supportive mother, and his hard work. Success, however, he states, is not solely reflected in grades, test...

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