love this next story, it's about a young man who may well be the most wanted high school student in America in the best possible way. He's trying to decide where to go to college and every single ivy... See More
love this next story, it's about a young man who may well be the most wanted high school student in America in the best possible way. He's trying to decide where to go to college and every single ivy league cool wants him. ABC's John muller has the story. Reporter: High school seniors are deciding where to go to college this fall. One incredibly talented New York 17-year-old has the decision of a lifetime. Which one of the ivy league colleges should he go to because he got into all eight. I simply thought I would apply, I applied to all eight. Reporter: Harvard, brown, princeton, Columbia, all of the very prestigious ivy league schools are vying for quasi-evenen of Long Island, an academic jackpot. When he told me he would apply to all eight my head was spinning. He's just that quality kid. Reporter: He scored a near perfect 2250 on the S.A.T. Out of 2400 en5 is in the top 2% of his class. Only 5.9% of over 35,000 students that apply to Harvard actually get in. 7% to Yale. So it's extremely rare to get into all of them. Appreciation and thankfulness for everyone who helped you and all your teachers are helping with your grades and whatnot all the way down to your counselor and then lastly, of course, your family, parents for all the support they do. Reporter: The ambitious senior is a violinist who plans to study medicine as did both of his parents. Where will he go this fall? My preference is Yale. The student body, all the kind of things I want in a college are hard to compare all these wonderful schools. It is the kind of problem every college kid and their parents would love to have. W he says financial aid packages will be a big part and duke university, he got into those too. When duke university is your fallback. A bidding war between those schools. Now he's famous too, there you go. A great story. Thank you, John.
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