1450 SAT score which college accepts this score
There are many community colleges that will accept low SAT scores or accept students without an SAT score. Regular colleges will also accept students with low SAT scores if they have some interesting volunteer experience or skill.
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There are many colleges and universities who will accept students with a combined SAT score of 2030. You should check with the colleges to which you wish to apply to find out their specific requirements.
yale, princeton, harvard, mit
There's no passing or failing for the SAT test. Colleges accept various scores. The best score is 2400 and the lowest score anyone can get by missing every single question is a 600. Generally top-tier colleges accept 2250 to 2400 scores. It really depends on the college in question.
Most colleges would accept with a 3.75 GPA, but the SAT has top score of 1400. Your score is fair, but you could improve it.
Yes. Your best scores on SAT sections can be combined to form your "superscore." Colleges will accept your "superscore" on the SAT. Colleges will not hold it against you if you take the SAT more than once.
Most colleges will accept both, but you will find that, typically, colleges on either US coast will prefer the SAT and colleges are more inland will prefer the ACT.
On the 1600 scale, a 1330 is fairly good, and many schools will accept that. However, most colleges have switched to the 2400 scale, in which a 1330 is below average. There is usually no "required" SAT score for colleges, but prestigious schools such as Caltech or MIT might instantly reject your application if your SAT score is below 1500, for example (avg score for these schools ~ 2200. Admission is more holistic, i.e. it is possible for a 1600-SAT scorer with an incredible application to get admitted).
Most will accept a 1 or a 2, but try for a 3 1/2 to be safe.
you could get into a decent school nothing like Yale or Hartford proboley an university school
1080 on sat what college will accept me
First of all, congratulations on such a high score, but seriously, scores are only one part of your profile as a whole person. A score like 1510 makes you competitive at most colleges but it does not in anyway guarantee entrance. Your score is not what the school is accepting, it's you as a person. And of course colleges accept these score as much as they accept a 1400, or a 1300.
just about all of them, perhaps not the top 25 unless your other stuff is outstanding, ie sports, volunteering, GPA (reallly important), and the vigor of your courseload. But a 1980 is a great score, but colleges don't just look at your sat scores. But as far as what colleges accept a 1980: just about all of them, but they don't just care about the scores, they want to see a real person behind those scores.
There is not a set score that is considered failing for the SAT. However, if a student receives a low score, he or she does have the option of retaking the exam. Additionally, certain schools will accept lower scores and many community colleges do not even require the SAT to be taken as an admission prerequisite.
For most colleges and universities 1400 SAT score is considered a good score for admissions.
1400 wil put you in play at just about any school, providing you have good EC's and a high GPA.
I've sat through 4 different college admissions discussions with representatives of 7 different Universities. Almost all accept the highest SAT score when making admissions decisions.
Almost all colleges accept ACT scores or SAT scores.
Pretty much all US colleges and universities accept the SAT score. The ACT is accepted by most but not the ivy league and a few others. The best books to study for the SAT is The college board's official SAT study guide. Get that book and "Answers and Explanations " by Peter Tanguay. Answers and Explanations has the definitive and complete solutions to the SAT tests in the official SAT study guide. This is all you need to score high on the SAT. Good luck.
It depends which colleges you are looking at. The score is not outstanding however you will be able to get into the majority of public colleges. As for private schools you would be at the bottom end of the ladder. For example the IVY schools accept very few students who score under 2100. Anything over 2000 is a descent score in my opinion.
Lots of colleges. If you have a good G.P.A. you should have no problem getting into a good college, just don't count on getting into Harvard.
The average SAT scores for Howard Payne University are: Average SAT Verbal Score: 465, which is 50 lower than the average for all Colleges and Universities. Average SAT Math Score: 495, which is 25 lower than the average for all Colleges and Universities. Average SAT Writing Score: 480, which is 33 lower than the average for all Colleges and Universities.