By Michael Crawford, Director of Coaching, Courses and Curriculum, Story2
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I recently read an article about a student who was accepted to all of the colleges he applied to, after raising his SAT score 720 points to a perfect 2,400.
The author, Brian Henge, describes the scene:
“A few weeks later when the results arrived, the entire family (including James) couldn’t believe that he had scored a perfect score of 2,400! The rest was history. James was accepted into all the schools that he applied to (including most of the Ivy Leagues) and chose[sic] Stanford for the Computer Science program (but of course my wife likes to believe the he chose Stanford to be closer to her).”