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IF YOU UNDERSTOOD THE PEDIGREE EFFECT YOU WOULD KNOW MARRIED OR SINGLE THAT YOU NEED TO GET WITH THE KEY!!!!
Otherwise It's like Dry dock and Dry Chief..
I have the JSU record for the Highest numerical Test Avg. in G-Chem (One year) Margaret Wodetkzi PhD. 105 test avg. she gave bonus points however...
I also have the record for The ACS (American Chemical Society) Standardized G-CHEM Final
A standardized test used at 4 yr accredited colleges/universities around the U.S. inc. JSU...this test covering a year of G-Chem (2 semesters) My score was a 97 percentile rank (97%) the Test (2 semesters) numerical avg was 105% also the record for JSU given at places like High in the Ivy Harvard and of course the most competitive undergrad of all is not high in the Ivy Harvard but higher than high in the Ivy Harvard, UC Berkeley.... current enrollment (43% Asians; 31% white; Rest other minorities)
My Organic Chem ACS Final score was also the record 93 percentile rank (93%)…the Test (2 semesters) numerical avg was 96% also the record for JSU ..here I a slacked due to the fact that there were no foreign students in the class and really no competition… Had I been at someplace like Ole Miss, Harvard, or yes, even UC Berkeley itself I probably would have made near 99 percentile ranks on both exams…
In my (1983) Psychology (Honors Psychology- I was an honors student) class at JSU, taught by Cynthia Ford PhD. Herself an early decision from high school into college , had her PhD by 21, I have the JSU record for the fastest (Quickest) time to put together the Rubik’s cube like part of an Wechsler IQ test, (consists of 9 separate blocks painted part red and part white. The blocks are scrambled in a random order and you are shown a picture of a square with a red border and a white center rectangle and you have to rearrange the painted/ colored blocks like the picture as fast as possible while the examiner times you until you match the pattern in the picture.)
My time even when interviewed by law enforcement years later (1999) was stated by Cynthia Ford PhD to be the fastest she ever measured…She teachers honors students mostly…
. I was asked to go early decision at St Andrew’s Episcopal, by my Aunt Clotie Graves into college as a junior and to forgo my Senior year. She was especially Gung-Ho and semper-fi when she saw the ACT Scores
I was attached to my classmates and decided not to go early decision…
The record for the ACT History scores at St. Andrew’s Episcopal even 25 years later is that 33 that you saw (percentile rank 99%), when described to the contestants of Jeopardy during Jeopardy Champions week they described this as Verbal-Visual near Genius, The same statement was made by the contestants during Jeopardy College week and Jeopardy High school week… This is the rare exception…
The MCAT Scores I recorded while at JSU are also the record for JSU.. even 17 yrs later. They are even higher than the MCAT Scores of Dr.Yang’s (He has an M.D. PhD from UCSF School of Medicine and was on the research team that helped test the Birth control pill at UCSF) two children (Son and Daughter) whom is an JSU biology professor. He slid down to JSU because of his poor spoken English… His son is a graduate of John’s Hopkins School of Medicine while his daughter is a graduate of Tulane School of Medicine. They had the best inside scoop that one could get with a Parent that is a n M.D. . Yet I still own. higher MCAT Scores than these best and brightest off the Boat Asian academic overachievers .
I even have higher MCAT scores than John "The Bean” Wiener M.D. whom is now the Chief of Urology at U. Of Miss Medical center in Jackson, Miss, my brother's keeper at St. Andrew's Episcopal. He is Jewish and his dad
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