Between maintaining good grades, extracurricular activities and choosing which college to attend, the senior year of high school can be stressful for many students.
But there’s one thing Naina Singh won’t have to worry about — the SAT.
The Mason High School student earned a perfect 2400 score on the college entrance exam. Singh, who will be a senior this fall, took the test in her junior year.
Of the nearly 1.65 million students who took the test, only 384 — less than one-fourth of one percent — achieved a perfect score, according to the College Board, which administers the test.
“I never expected to get a perfect score. Really, I just tried to do my best,” said Singh.
Singh, the daughter of Ompal and Usha Singh of Mason, says she’s considering applying to Carnegie Mellon or Georgia Tech to study bio-medical engineering.
“We are so very proud of Naina. She’s a wonderful young woman who has achieved a remarkable accomplishment,” said Mason Schools Superintendent Gail Kist-Kline.