Twins Get Perfect SAT Scores

<p>Interesting...from Yahoo! News:</p>

<p>Twins Get Perfect SAT Scores</p>

<p>Thu Oct 28, 8:38 AM ET</p>

<p>LONG BEACH, N.Y. - Dillon and Jesse Smith are fraternal twins, but their penchant for perfection is identical.</p>

<p>The 16-year-old brothers beat the odds to each score a perfect 1600 on the SATs. Of 1.4 million high-schoolers who took the Scholastic Aptitude Test in 2004, just 939 scored a perfect 1600.</p>

<p>The seniors at Long Beach High School aced the English and math tests after taking the SATs for the second time. Earlier this year, Dillon scored 1520 and Jesse 1530.</p>

<p>Jesse ranks third in their senior class; Dillon ranks 16th.</p>

<p>"Sixteen is running my life. I'm 16 years old, I'm 16th in my class, and I got a 1600 on my SAT," Dillon said Wednesday.</p>

<p>Dillon said he didn't even study too hard for the tests.</p>

<p>"I didn't spend, like, weeks and months and years of my life studying for this test," he said. "I took it easy. ... "I happen to be good at taking tests."</p>

<p>Dillon plans to major in engineering and apply to Columbia, New York University and Cooper Union. Jesse plans to apply to Brown, Boston University, Wesleyan and Bates.</p>

whats the probability of that? like 1/10,000 or so?</p>

<p>Great gene pool...</p>

<p>Wow, they're young seniors too.</p>

<p>That's so cool.</p>

<p>bastards...No I'm not jealous....Bastards...</p>