The College Board recently announced that Albert Zhao ‘14 was one of only 15 students world wide who got perfect scores on their AP Microeconomics exams, taken in spring 2014. AP Exams are graded on a scale of one to five, with five being the top score, but Zhao went a step further, earning every point possible on the examination, answering every multiple choice question correctly and earning full points on the free-response section of the exam.
The notification letter from the College Board, which administers the tests, noted that only 285 students worldwide received perfect scores across all AP exams and applauded Harker’s ability to engage students and enable them to thrive while studying at a college level.
Last year Harker had an unprecedented 11 perfect scores by 10 students (one had perfect scores on two exams!). We’re proud to see Zhao on this year’s list of perfect scores. Go Academic Eagles!