the sat has three components math,critical reading and writing.the act has four components:english language,maths,critical reading and science.thus when we compare act scores to sat scores we are infact comparing appels to Oranges.
The fastest way is to compare the percentile for that score. The ACT provides a table at http://www.act.org/aap/concordance/index.html, and About.com provides a chart: http://collegeapps.about.com/od/standardizedtests/a/convertSAT2ACT.htm
If you're looking for a formula, there's nothing official, but you can check out a formula drawn from college admission data at:
They are unrelated tests.
SAT and ACT score minimums depend upon High School GPA. Test score averages for incoming students are 1200 SAT, and 24 ACT.
it's required 29 ACT score or sat 1340
The SAT score required to get into Sam Houston State University is 1,500 out of 2,400 for verbal, math, and writing. It also requires the score of 18 for English, 22 in Mathematics and 24 for Science in ACT.
An ACT score of about 35-36 is needed to get in to Ohio Dominican University. A SAT score of about 600 is needed to get in to Ohio Dominican University.
There are many online site that make if easy or convert ones ACT score to a SAT score. Some the the better known site include ACT website or studypoint.
If you want to get into the University of Arkansas, you must have an ACT score at least a 20. You must also have an SAT score of at least a 930.
In order to attend the University of West Georgia you must earn a certain score on your SAT and ACT test. The SAT scores required should be between 1340 and 1590. This will include a score of 450 to 540 in critical reading, 450 to 530 in math, and 440 to 520 in writing. The ACT requires include a composite score of 18 to 22, an English score of 18 to 23, and a math score of 17 to 22.
* On the ACT with writing test, a composite score of 19 is required with a minimum of 17 on the English subsection, a minimum of 19 on the math subsection and a minimum of 18 on the reading subsection.
Hunter College requires the SAT, not the ACT. Freshman applicants on average have a score of 1220.
The average SAT score for Harvard is a 2200.