How's this for unusual?
Christian Kucab, a Raleigh native and graduate of Appalachian State University, recently aced the LSAT, the law school admissions test.
Aced it. As in perfect score.
About 125,000 people took the test when Kucab did, recounted Hannah Gage, chairwoman of the UNC system's Board of Governors, which recognized Kucab Friday. Of that, fewer than 25 got a perfect score, Gage said, prompting a boisterous round of applause.
"We're so proud of you," Gage told Kucab, a graduate of Raleigh Charter School. "You represent the brightest and the best and are the reason we do what we do."
Kucab took a year off after graduating from Appalachian State and is working now for a law firm in Raleigh. He plans to attend law school in the fall. He has not decided where to attend. With that score, he'll probably have a few to choose from.