Eric Jones, an Albert Cammon Middle School seventh grader, was selected for the Duke University Talent Identification Program. Jones qualified for the program based on his scores on the sixth-grade I-Leap test. He scored Advanced in Reading, Math, and Social Studies, and Mastery in Science. As a part of TIP, he has taken the ACT test, which is the leading U.S. college admissions test that measures academic readiness for college. Based on his ACT test scores, Jones qualified for state recognition.
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