Two Brunswick students — Ryan Kulsakdinun ’23 and Nick Rinaldi ’22 — earned perfect scores on AP Computer Science exams given last spring.
Kulsakdinun, who also aced the AP Computer Science Principles exam in 2021, earned a perfect score on the AP Computer Science A exam. He is one of 369 test-takers nationwide — less than 0.5 percent of the total — to earn the score during the testing cycle.
“While receiving a five on an AP exam is a commendable feat in and of itself, only a minuscule minority achieve a perfect score,” said Poonam Gupta, who teaches all of the AP and post-AP computer science courses at Brunswick.
“Given these odds, Ryan's achievement of a flawless score in a computer science AP exam — not just once but twice — is even more remarkable and worthy of recognition.”
Recent graduate Nick Rinaldi also scored perfectly on the AP Computer Science Principles exam, a result earned by just 0.15 percent of test-takers.