I want to say that she has the highest score on the math exam.
Can I say it another way like below?
- She score highest on the math exam.
- She score the highest on the math exam.
Which one is correct (number 1 or number 2)?
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As other answers have noted, neither is correct. You need
Although correct, these are awkward. In soccer/football you can say "she scored" but in this context I think the score belongs to the exam more than to the mathematician. So the sentence you want to replace is better: she had the highest score on the math exam.