Freshman Admit Has Highest SAT Score In Orientation Group

WESTWOOD — Derek Bowman, an incoming UCLA first year, excitedly announced that after sneaking peeks at his fellow admits’ class planners, he discovered he had the highest composite SAT score of the group by at least ten points with a 1580. “Sure, Hannah from New Hampshire got a perfect 36 on her ACT, but that doesn’t count,” said Bowman, who is considering double majoring in Math and English because he is “clearly both left and right-brained.” “Besides, she’s from the East Coast, so her dad probably works at a bank and could have paid for tutoring.” Derek stopped bragging when his NSA, a rising fourth year, informed him that she took the old version of the SAT and received a 2190, besting his score by at least 600 points.