The gang take their S.A.T.s, with the results proving a surprise to some and a major disappointment to others.

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Jessie's self-esteem takes a dive when she gets 1205 points on the S.A.T.s, while Zack gets 1502. She feels her chances of getting into Stansbury University are hurt. Zack hires James, an actor and waiter at The Max, to impersonate a Harvard representative and convince the Stansbury University rep that Jessie is quite the catch. At the same time, Zack tries to woo student Heather when she asks his help for a study night. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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16 November 1991 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Stansbury representative blows off Jessie based solely on her S.A.T scores. That is not the only thing that a college will judge a potential student's application on. See more »

Goofs

The gang's scores from the S.A.T.s are incorrect (e.g. Zack Morris having a 1502) and use all numbers, (1-99) while in fact the scores are based by decimal numbers. See more »

Quotes

James, the Actor: [while pretending to be a Harvard representive] Ha! A single test, one lucky morning. You think Hhaarrvard is impressed with that academic slice of bologna? No! We're looking for a straight A student,the student council president, the year book editor, and here at Bay dock... view... SIDE! You have a student all rolled into one Jessica Spano the find of the century.
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Connections

References Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989) See more »

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Saved by the Bell
written by: Michael Damian, Rich Eames, Scott Gale, Larry Weir, Tom Weir
performed by: Michael Damian
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