Students earn top scores on prestigious exam
GAINESVILLE, Fl. -- Gainesville High School student Corey Ryan earned a "Top in the USA" score on the Cambridge Physics Exam, while a recent GHS graduate earned a "Top in the world" score on the Cambridge Environmental Management Exam.
Broadbent, who is now studying biochemistry at UF says, "It was really important to me because that's a favorite class that I've ever taken and I love the teacher and it was just really meaningful that I could achieve that, such a high level of excellence in a subject that I really care about."
This is the second national recognition for Ryan. He also achieved a perfect score on the ACT, but he says, "It's a completely different style test. The ACT is all multiple choice and its testing subject areas that you've learned throughout your high school career, throughout your entire schooling career while the ace exam is really just focusing on physics so its only one aspect of what you've learned and there's a lot more writing too."
This is the fifth straight year a GHS student has earned a "top in the world" score on a Cambridge exam.
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