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This startup helps low-income high school students prepare for college entrance exams. Headed by Garrett Neiman, a Stanford student who got a perfect 2400 on his SATs, SEE will triple in size this summer to serve 360 low-income high school students at 10 program sites across 4 California counties. It is funded by charitable giving, and requires just over $100 per student.