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Teen gets into Stanford by repeating a hashtag 100 times in a row on his application.

Teen gets into Stanford by repeating a hashtag 100 times in a row on his application.

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Ziad Ahmed, a senior at Princeton Day School in Princeton, New Jersey, has just achieved his dream of being accepted to Stanford University. In addition to that great honor, he is currently enjoying viral fame after tweeting a unique answer he provided on Stanford's application questionnaire.

He didn't explain why!
He didn't explain why!
I guess they got the message.
I guess they got the message.

If you're in high school and you're thinking of trying a similar move on your own application, you might want to think twice. It's not like this was the only factor motivating Stanford's decision—Ahmed is a very impressive young man. For his efforts as an activist, he was named one of MTV's top nine teens changing the world, and one of Business Insider's top 15 young prodigies. Here he is posing with Hillary Clinton.

Sources: h/t Mic
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