Rare feat: Indian student in UAE makes history, bags perfect score of 1600 in SAT  

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Dubai Updated: Jan 24, 2022, 05:41 PM(IST)

Ahaan Shetty, who is a Grade 11 student at GEMS Modern Academy in Dubai, got all his 154 questions correct Photograph:( Twitter )

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Ahaan Shetty, who is a Grade 11 student at GEMS Modern Academy in Dubai, got all his 154 questions correct. The child got the highest possible score of 1600 (800 in maths; 800 in reading/writing) in SAT in December 2021. The results of the tests were announced last week. Shetty is from Mumbai city in India. He had previously got a near-perfect score of 1520

An Indian student in Dubai has achieved a rare feat. The 16-year-old has made history by getting the perfect score of 1600 in the SAT standardised test.   

It is organised for university admissions in the US.  

Ahaan Shetty, who is a Grade 11 student at GEMS Modern Academy in Dubai, got all his 154 questions correct.   

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The child got the highest possible score of 1600 (800 in maths; 800 in reading/writing) in SAT in December 2021. The results of the tests were announced last week.  

Shetty is from Mumbai city in India. He had previously got a near-perfect score of 1520.   

“I felt I could do better so I practiced some more and took the SAT again. I thought I did better this time but I was pleasantly surprised to get a perfect score,” said Shetty.  

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He wants to study physics, which is his favourite subject, at a leading university in the US after graduating high school next year.  

He also loves to play piano, sprint in track-and-field and is a big fan of robotics.   

Shetty did not study the day before his SAT and feels that there is no short-cut for doing well in SAT – or any other exam.   

(With inputs from agencies) 

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