Kansas Senior Scores a Perfect ACTBy Turjo, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
KANSAS (GaeaTimes.com) — It’s not everyday you get to see a person getting a perfect score on a ACT test. But Charles Wolock, a senior from Kansas has achieved this by scoring a perfect 36 on the ACT.
The ACT is a test which evaluates a student’s academic level when entering college. The ACT test was designed to gauge how ready someone is for college. The content on the test is similar to what a student can expect when taking freshman college classes. It tests English, math, reading, and science. The average score of the test in 2009 was a little over 21. The ACT test is not required by many colleges and only a handful of states require the test. But perfect scores are really rare.
Beside ACT, Charles has also aced the SAT also. The feat achieved by him is really worthy of praise.