When Rose Rumney hopped online to check her score for the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam and saw the number 800 beside her name, the first thing she did is question, 800 out of what? The Ontario Veterinary College Student hadn’t realized it was actually 800 out of 800, a perfect score. Rose is only the fourth student to achieve the perfect score in the 16 years of the Exam’s existence. The Average score in 2015-16 was 513. Rose Comes from a Vet background, both her parents are U of G and OVC Grads, and she says her distant cousin was one of the first women to graduate from the OVC in 1939. When she was asked for studying tips, Rose said she didn’t do anything different, just worked hard year after year. After Graduation in June, Rose plans to work at her parents’ mixed animal clinic in Midland.