Edison 7th Grader Invited To Join Johns Hopkins Talented Youth Program

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Suraj Chandran

Suraj Chandran (Photo courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge)

EDISON — Suraj Chandran of Edison, a seventh grade student at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, took the College Board SAT test and his scores qualified him to be invited to the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth program. He will be invited to the ceremony in the fall to receive a special award.

Chandran also has qualified to join The Julian C. Stanley Study of Exceptional Talent (SET) program at the John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.

The Julian C. Stanley Study of Exceptional Talent (SET) was created to help extremely talented students achieve their full potential, and, through its research and advocacy initiatives, to enhance the educational opportunities available for all academically advanced students. Since 1980, SET has assisted students throughout the world who exhibit extraordinary mathematical or verbal reasoning ability by scoring at least 700 on either the Mathematical or Verbal (Critical Reading) part of the SAT before the age of 13.


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