Inside Scop Event Reflection

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This Inside Scoop event provides me a chance to meet more people like myself in the Applied Psychology major. We can exchange our effective study methods for the coming exams. Knowing I am not the only one who is nervous and stressed for those exams gave me a sense of relief. It is also great to familiar ourselves to the Inside Scoop mentors. And the free food was satisfying, it does encourage me more to attend the Inside Scoop events.

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