Any community college if you have completed high school.
Almost all colleges accept ACT scores or SAT scores.
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.
The state of Georgia has a college that will accept no SAT scores and a low high school GPA (Georgia Perimeter).
Most colleges want students with both good test scores and strong extracurricular backgrounds.
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.
No colleges accept AP scores instead of SAT scores. This is because the tests do not measure the same things.The SAT measures the likelihood that a student will do well in college, but is not accepted as college credit. The AP is used to provide actual college credit, but does not predict college success.
There are many colleges that accept students who have a 16 on the ACT. Look for less selective schools, schools that have holistic application review that will consider your other talents in addition to your standardized test scores, and score optional colleges. You will find hundreds of colleges and universities are "test optional" meaning they do not require ACT or SAT scores for admission. Best of luck on your college search!
A few universities like SRM , Amity , NIIT etc. consider your SAT scores. But by no means do they accept SAT scores as an admission criterion. But SAT scores are a very vital part of foreign university applications.
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.
Many colleges and universities will accept students with at least a 2.0 GPA in high school, even if accompanied by low SAT scores. Check with advisors, as well as college web sites.
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.
community college and slum dog private college may accept you if you score low in ACT. don't afraid my dear kid
no there's usually a deadline if you are turning in an application
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.
AnswerPart of it will depend on your SAT and/or ACT scores. Most community colleges will give you chance, where you can improve your GPA and then get entry into a higher level college or university.
uh pretty much ALL OF THEM. DEPENDING ON ACT/SAT SCORES-
There are a number of colleges that accept MAT scores and list of such colleges can be easily searched on web. So, if you've appeared for MAT and have secured a minimum of 75 percentile then you can directly go for its GD PI, it from 14th-17th march at different locations of India. You can check the location details on official website of UPES
Colleges use applicants' SAT scores to determine whether to accept them or not; so if you want to apply for colleges you need to either do the SAT or the ACT.
All colleges have different timelines for when SAT scores are due. Go to a particular school's website and under admission, you can find out their specific timeline.
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No. Scoring a 4 on a high school AP test is a good grade, and a large percentage of universities and colleges will accept that score and give you a transfer credit for the subject, so you may avoid re-taking it in college. But many other universities, (mostly ones who are part of the Ivy League, and other colleges who consider themselves esteemed or prestigious) will not accept anything less than a perfect 5, and some universities go as far as to not accept AP credits at all, your score notwithstanding. If you received a 4 on your AP exam, there is a good chance that your preferred university will accept it (after you get in, of course!) but all universities are different, and they are all allowed to create their own standards for accepting or rejecting AP scores. You should check the college's website or talk to someone in admissions if you would like to know a specific school's policy on AP scores. Hope that helps!
Colleges may take up to two weeks to receive the test scores. Although the sending of scores is done electronically, it takes a surprisingly long amount of time for CollegeBoard to actually send out your scores, depending on the amount of requests.
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.
They should, but call the university registrar to make sure. This will also depend on whether the college already has received the AP score.
SAT score requirements vary drastically, and while some top-notch colleges require high scores, there are many schools that hardly pay any attention to the scores.