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How well do you have to do on the SATs in order to get into an Ivy League university?

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2005-12-12 03:23:23
2005-12-12 03:23:23

all depends, usually the higher you are in your class ranking in high school, the lower your sat has to be to be accepted and vice verse. for ivy leagues though, you should look at something close to 1000-1200.

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