When you look at the numbers, according to ACT, the fact one school has had four, it's astounding.
"Nationally, only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a 36 composite score," according to Ed Colby who is the Senior Director of Media & Public Relations for ACT.
Cleveland 19 will be meeting with three of the four on Tuesday to ask what they did to prepare, but now it's time to see how well you can do.
Since that tweet from last week a fourth perfect score has come in for a Westlake student.
The following are five questions from ACT's practice test. These questions are taken from the math portion of the test and not the English, reading and science sections. Those sections require extra reading and space and can be found here.
Answers to the following questions can be found at the bottom of the article.
(Answers: #8 H, #14 H, #18 F, #21 B, #31 D)