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Scholar breaks record with three perfect scores on the MCAT, LSAT, and GRE

Students bound for law school will anxiously await the results of their LSAT exam, the standardized entrance exam for US law schools. For many, this score spells their future and whether or not they are bound to be a lawyer. Students strive to be in the top 50% of law-school bound students,but, by definition, only half make this mark. To be in the top 10% of test takers is quite elite, the top 1% is remarkable.

Meet Nathan M. Roberts of Alaska, rather Dr. Nathan M. Roberts, any Ivy League graduate (Cornell) who has achieved achieved even better than the top 1%. Dr Roberts earned a flawless score on this exam. While this in itself is remarkable, what makes this achievement even. more newsworthy is that he is no stranger to perfect scores. This PhD scientist has no desire to attend law school; he has already earned his doctorate after all. Rather, he was adding to the list of perfect scores he has achieved on post-graduate exams. A perfect score on the LSAT is unheard of, but Dr Roberts holds three perfect scores that are equally elusive. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is the standardized test for graduate school scholars and the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) is the standardized test used by medical schools - and Roberts has achieved perfect scores in these also, giving him three flawless exams (LSAT,GRE,MCAT). It is unknown if anyone has even done this before Roberts, or since.

Roberts is employed and has no intentions of returning to formal studies - "12 years was plenty" he states. He claims he took the exams for "fun" and "because I knew I could do it." What is next for Roberts? He says he us done with tests and doesn't plan on attempting any more subjects. When asked how this remarkable record has open doors professionally he responds "nobody really knows, or cares, I haven't shared it". And how about personally we ask, "does it impress the ladies"? Roberts only responds with a laugh and states "a woman's mind is one thing I know I will never understand."

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