The Perfect Score

Factual error: At the beginning of the movie, the narrator states that the lowest possible SAT score is 500. In reality, the lowest score at the time of filming was 400 (200 on each section).

Factual error: Darius says that he could ace the math section and still not achieve a 900. However, the maximum one can score on a section is 800 and the minimum is 200. For two sections, this means that he could get a 700 math and still scrape through with a 900.

Continuity mistake: In Desmond's car, Roy puts on his left sock first, then crosses his right foot over his lap. The shot switches behind him and he is putting his left knee up into the frame. The angle changes again and he puts the sock on his crossed right foot. (00:34:15)


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