A Nigerian student, Sochima David Chukwudi, has submitted the highest score recorded by Nigerian scholars in the Scholastic Flair Check (SAT), earning another mark Chukwudi is a professor at Tulip International College (NTIC), Nigeria. He scored 1,590 points out of a maximum score of 1,600 items.
The SAT is administered through high school juniors and seniors applying to colleges and universities. This test can be administered worldwide up to six times per season over a 12-month period.
According to the figures, the highest score ever achieved is 1510/1600 with the help of a Nigerian scholar. This means that Chukwudi now proudly holds the record for the best player in a highly competitive and challenging format.
Speaking after the win, Chukwudi, Annual Nationwide Maths Protest (ANMC) sponsor for the annual Nationwide Maths Competition organized through NTIC said “There are many preparatory strategies and factors, but I believe besides good help from my teachers, really look at chapter first grade way.
There are some key factors that worked into this impressive score. The first turned into God’s grace seeing me through and the second turned into deep study, dedication and hard work.
It took me months of researching, studying, preparing and training for this exam. I used a variety of web resources extensively to practice and understand what the SAT was about.
“I can also definitely say that I have had many sleepless nights and thank God that one night was worth it. “Intelligence is the most important factor in passing this test (SAT). I think anyone taking the SAT needs to think it’s amazing