Are you tired of generic ACT prep classes that just don’t work? Aiming for a top score, but keep receiving the same generic advice?
My name is Dan, and I started Point One after scoring a perfect 36 on the ACT — yes, a 36 on every section in one sitting.
That year, I got a letter from the CEO of ACT, congratulating me on my accomplishment. Only 0.1% (yes, point one percent) of students got a 36. Much less a perfect 36 like I did.
So why am I telling you this?
If you’ve got even a slight understanding of today’s college admissions scene, you’ll know that top scores equal top schools.
Of course, a top score alone won’t guarantee admission to these schools. But given that the average ACT at schools like Harvard and MIT can reach up to the 34-35 range (top 1%), you’ll bet you want a high enough score to even be considered for admission.
Not interested in the Ivies? At other, less selective schools, top scores will not only essentially make you a shoe-in, but will also earn you massive scholarships. Here’s just one example of what a perfect score gets you from the University of Missouri-Columbia:
So yeah, 99th percentile and perfect scores are a pretty big deal.