Love Osunnuga, a 15-year-old high school senior, has scored perfect scores on the ACT, SAT, PSAT and AP exams.
“I would say I studied a lot, I took a lot of practice tests,” Love told WSBT, providing that hard work does pay off.
Her perfect scores on both the ACT and SAT is a feat that less than one-tenth of one percent of people who take the tests each year can say they've achieved.
The senior at St. Joseph High School in Indiana skipped two grades and will be 16 when she heads off to college. She hopes to become a doctor and specialize in dermatology because she suffered from eczema as a child.
"I saw they could just give these medicines and creams and that would make you feel better," Love explained, "and I thought that would be something I would want to do."
Love's parents are extremely proud of their daughter's accomplishments and have taught her the importance of education from a young age.
Love's father who was born in Nigeria is an emergency physician, her mother Grace is a nurse practitioner and college professor.
"In Nigeria, we already know that there’s nothing that can make your life worthwhile or better, except if you have a good education,” her father said. “Being in the best country in the world, having been given all the opportunities, we expect a lot from our kids.”
Love's top college choices are Notre Dame and University of Chicago.
View her interview below.