(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Five Oklahoma high school students have achieved perfection on their ACT college entrance exams.
Scoring a perfect 36 on the test are Amanda Schwada of Edmond Memorial, Wade DeJager of Perry High, Chris Franklin of Piedmont High, Mae Lindsay of Ada and Austin McDonald of Austin.
Lindsay and McDonald attend the Oklahoma School of Science and Math.
ACT spokeswoman Kristin Crouse says 58 students nationwide made a perfect score on the test. Crouse says about 1% of all students who take the test make a perfect score.