Despite a significantly low SAT score, Parkland student and gun control activist David Hogg shared that he was accepted to Harvard College.
Back in December in fact Axios reported, David Hogg, survivor of the Parkland high school shooting and a prominent gun control activist, announced on Twitter Saturday that he will be attending Harvard University to study political science in the fall.
Thank you all for the well wishes, I’ll be attending Harvard in the fall with a planned major in Political Science.
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) 22 декабря 2018 г.
Hogg’s admission to Harvard came as a shock to many at the time as the average SAT score noted by Harvard’s own admission statistics was a whopping 250 higher than what Hogg obtained on his SAT’s.
Adding more question to his Harvard admission, Hogg was rejected by several, what some would call lower level Universities when comparing those same institutions to Harvard.
TMZ noted, David has been rejected by the 4 University of California campuses where he submitted applications — UCLA, UCSD, UCSB and UC Irvine.
Following the bombshell news that over 40 high profile actors / actresses, CEO’s, and other wealthy elites were recently busted in a High level college admission scandal, many began to zero in on Hogg.
Luke Burgess also noted the average Harvard SAT scores and brought Hogg’s admission into question.
— Luke Burgess (@lukemburgess) 13 марта 2019 г.
How did David Hogg get into Harvard but not into any other university he applied to?#CollegeCheatingScandal
— Cincocast (@CincoSentidos) 13 марта 2019 г.
While on the topic of fraudulent college admissions… I wonder if our @FBI will take a look at David Hogg’s acceptance into Harvard University.
That’s got to be the biggest University scam of the decade.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) 13 марта 2019 г.
With Hogg’s father being a former FBI agent, That may be a stretch.
One final piece that sews the shirt together is another Parkland Students SAT score who also wants to attend Harvard, Conservative Kyle Kashuv.
Kyle scored a 1550, shattering Hogg’s score by hundreds of points and placing him; what many thought to be right with-in Harvard’s ranks.