Identical twins earn perfect scores on entrance exam
Doesn't twin telepathy constitute as cheating anymore?
BELLEVUE, Neb. - Here's a perfect match - genetically and academically.
Identical twins Brian and Ross DeVol of Bellevue, Nebraska, earned perfect scores on their college entrance tests. The twins, who are seniors at suburban Bellevue East High School, both scored 36 on the exam.
Ross DeVol needed three tries to do it and one of his earlier tries netted a 35.
A school district official says the brothers are both good in physics and are considering the University of Nebraska or Creighton University in Omaha as their college choices.
The DeVols are only the third pair of students in the past decade to earn perfect scores in the same year and share the same address.
About one out of every 4,000 graduates who took the exam last year scored a 36.
The average score in Nebraska was 22.1, and the national average was 21.2.