What are academic strengths?

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Academic strengths describe a variety of strengths from different academic point of views. Such things as a GPA and list of attended classes that deal with a particular interest are staples in academic strengths. Other ideas to keep in mind are keeping high grades throughout schooling while keeping a part or full time job, research done outside of schooling, and work on unique academic areas.
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Reading, Math, Language, Art, Music, Science, 2nd Language(if you take em'
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I'm great at tests, word problems, grammar, logic, and studying. I can't add, subtract, or multiply worth a darn and have to have a calculator for those. Funny, because advanced math
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