Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg is going to Harvard after getting a reported 1270 on the SAT — it shows test scores aren’t everything

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  • Parkland school shooting survivor and gun law activist David Hogg is going to Harvard University.
  • He received a score of 1270 out of 1600 on the SAT, according to TMZ. The bottom 25% of students admitted had an average score of 1460.
  • His reported score has sparked a debate over whether Harvard should have admitted him, or if SAT scores aren’t very useful anyway.

David Hogg — a survivor of the Parkland High School shooting and advocate for gun law reform — announced he’s going to Harvard University in the fall.

The reaction was mixed.

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