When a More Than Perfect Test Score is not Enough

Today it was math. Chloe received 102% on her test. Super, right? Well, it’s not super. It’s apparently only ok.

How is that possible, you ask? I’ll tell you. It’s because a perfect score would have been 103% and she missed perfection because she forgot a decimal point. A “stupid” decimal.

Those of you who read yesterday’s post and know me, know I was not serious when I suggested Chloe start studying for the SATs next year, in 6th grade.

The scary thing, though, is that Chloe may actually do it. On her own, in secret. There’s nothing like ambition in a 10-year old.

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