Indian-American student Natasha Perry makes list of the most talented students Based on high-level test results from 19,000 students from 84 countries, selected for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland is part of new York
Indian-American schoolgirl Natasha Perry (11) has been named in a list of the world’s “most talented” students based on high-performance test scores from 19,000 students from 84 countries. According to the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTVE), part of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
A statement from Johns Hopkins CTY said, “Thelma L. Perry, a student at Sandmeer Elementary School, has been recognized for her outstanding performance on the SAT, ACT or similar assessment as part of the CTY Talent Search. CTY uses the above grade level tests to identify advanced students from around the world and provide a clear picture of their true academic ability. ‘
Winners of the 50 American States
Perry took the Johns Hopkins Talent Search Test in the spring of 2021, when she was in 5th grade. Her results in the verbal and quantitative sections were at Advanced Level 8 with a 90th percentile of performance. “It inspires me to do more, doodle and read JRR Tolkien novels than what might work for him,” he said. As part of Johns Hopkins policy, finer information is not broken down by age or race.
Likewise, it is up to the tutor to disclose the name of the prodigy. In the United States, the winners come from all 50 American states. CTY Executive Director Virginia Roach said, “We are delighted to celebrate these students. What was normal within a year, their love of learning shone, and we are excited to help them grow as academics and citizens in high school, college and beyond. The quantitative section of the Johns Hopkins CTY test measures the ability to see the relationships between quantities expressed in mathematical terms and the verbal section measures understanding of the meaning of words and the relationships between them.