The Perfect SAT and ACT Score in Roman Numerals
The SAT (the Scholastic Aptitude Test) is used for college and university admissions in the United States. It is one of the standardized tests to measure math, writing and reading skills. The other one is the ACT (American College Testing) that is widely used for admissions in the Midwestern, Rocky Mountain and the Southern United States. The ACT is published by ACT, Inc. that is an American non-profit organization.
The SAT is created and published by the College Board which is another American non-profit organization. Most of the universities in the USA demand from students SAT or ACT score for acceptance.
1.7 million students had taken the SAT in 2017 and only %5 of them scored above 1400. The perfect score on the SAT is 1600. And it is written as MDC in Roman Numerals.
About 2 million students took the ACT in 2017. The maximum score on the ACT is 36 which is written as XXXVI in Roman Numerals System.
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