Few students younger than 11th graders (relatively speaking) take the SAT or ACT, so finding out how to gauge a good or bad score is not as easy as looking at a table of percentiles from the test makers. Instead, we used two unique data sets: the Duke TIP program data set, and the John Hopkins CTY data set. (In regards to the new SAT, we came up with these estimates based on data from the old version of the SAT, but we expect them to stay pretty accurate for the new version of the test that will have its first administration in March 2016.)
The infuriating thing is that I think there might be. We could write articles acknowledging that certain conversations can exacerbate crippling guilt and self-loathing, particularly for people with anxiety, depression, or other mental illnesses that make them fixate on their own perceived worthlessness. We could really, truly, not-just-lip-service integrate concern for those people into our activism. We could acknowledge how common this experience is and have resources to help people. We could stop misidentifying anguish as entitlement, and stop acting like anguish that does have entitlement at its root is deserved or desirable or hilarious.
" 'Because the American Indian rodeo includes games and exhibitions developed as early as the seventeenth century'...'as early as' is an idiom, and this looks ok. 'they predate'...what does 'they' refer to? 'rodeo,' which is singular. This is a pronoun number agreement error - it should be 'it predates.' The question is tricking me by making me think 'they' refers to 'Games and exhibitions.' My tentative answer is B, but let's read on...they predate by a few hundred years...'predate by' is the correct idiom. 'they predate by a few hundred years the form of rodeo now seen on television'...'[noun] predates [noun]' is the correct construction. Therefore answer B is the answer as it has an obvious error."