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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- Three Utah high school students have made perfect scores on the A-C-T college entrance exam.
Around the country last fall, more than 400-thousand kids took the A-C-T, nine-thousand of them in Utah.
Altogether, there were just 59 perfect scores. A perfect score is 36 points.
Orem's Soren Siebach, a junior, was one of the perfect Utah students. Timothy Vogeler, a senior at Salt Lake City's East High School, was another.
Rachel Cobb, a senior at Salt Lake City's Skyline High School, turned in a perfect 36 as well. Cobb, by the way, also aced the S-A-T with a perfect score of 16-hundred.
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