Mimi Allison, a Baylor School senior, got a perfect score of 36 on the most recent ACT, a score that only a fraction of students can claim.


The ACT is a standardized college readiness exam.

 

“We are so proud of Mimi, not just for her test-taking prowess and academic accomplishments, but for her contributions to Baylor across the spectrum of our program.  She is truly a gifted dancer in addition to her many other talents.  Working with such amazing students is one of the privileges we enjoy here every day,” said Baylor Headmaster Scott Wilson in a news release.

 

The ACT is battery of tests that consist of four tests scored on a scale of one to 36.


On average, fewer than one-tenth of one percent of all students who take the ACT earn a top composite score of 36. A student's composite score is the average of the four test scores.