Twin 16-year-old brothers both get perfect SAT scores

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  1. Casshew

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    [font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica]t seems like the kind of SAT question custom-made for Dillon and Jesse Smith of Long Beach: If one out of every 1,511 students taking the SAT will get a perfect score, what are the odds that twin brothers will both ace the test?

    Answer: No one knows for sure. Nevertheless, that's what the Smith twins have done.

    [/font][font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica] Both Dillon and Jesse Smith, 16-year-old fraternal twins, achieved the elusive top score of 1600, a number most high school seniors dream about seeing on their SAT score report.

    "I was very, very happy," said Dillon, describing the moment he realized that both he and his brother received the top score on the aptitude test. "I've been hoping for it since we started."

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