Pitzer places low emphasis on standardized test scores--in fact, it's part of the "SAT-optional" movement, meaning you don't need to take the SAT at all! Less than half of applying students don't submit their scores, though, so if it's good, definitely submit. The average critical reading score is in the high 600's, while the math is in the mid-600's. However, people have been admitted with reading scores as low as 570, so don't be too intimidated.
I don't know the exact SAT score is needed to get into Pitzer college. But you definitely need to get good grades. A good GPA and a decent SAT scores are a must. After you accomplish this, start thinking about ways you can separate yourself from the competition. Extracurricular activities are very important. Lastly, make sure you want to go to Pitzer college. I know a lot of students that thought they wanted to go to their dream school, but when they got in and went to that school, they were really disappointed. You can get information about the academic requirements here: http://www.unigo.com/pitzer_college/rankings and reviews of Pitzer college by actual students here: http://www.unigo.com/pitzer_college/reviews
Pitzer College's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 600-670, meaning 25% of students scored 600 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 670 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 670 or higher).
You don't have to enter SAT scores on a collegeapplication, but for almost every college, you DO need to have college board send them your scores directly.
4.0 GPA is needed and an sat score of 1920.
Pitzer College's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Critical Reading Scores are 590-700, meaning 25% of students scored 590 or lower on the Critial Reading portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 700 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 700 or higher).
Hunter College is a public university located in Manhattan, New York. As of 2014 the SAT scores required for admission are math 540/640 and critical reading 520/620.
600 to 800 for Sat I and Sat II
If your SAT scores are high, you can have a GPA of 3.6
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.
What are the SAT requirements to get into VCU, ODU, GMU, and RU in Virginia ?
No single SAT score is "needed," although one might want to consider that the middle range of SAT scores for Duke in Critical Reading is 690-770, and the middle range for Math is 690-780. Generally, being within that middle range of SAT scores is a good bet. However, it's important to keep in mind that SAT scores are not the only thing that a college looks for in an applicant. Having perfect scores won't guarantee one admission, nor will having less than perfect scores keep one from being accepted.
In short, yes. There are some great colleges out there that do not require you to take the SAT or ACT. Mount Holyoke College, Pitzer College, Lawrence University, Bowdoin College, and Bates College are just a few examples. However, most colleges do require the SAT or ACT and to have as many options as possible, I advise that you take the tests.
The PSAT is the practice version of the college entrance exam the SAT. SAT scores are required for entrance to college whereas the PSAT is not.
The scores a student needs on the SAT or ACT depends on where he or she wants to attend college. Some colleges and universities are test optional and do not require admission test scores. Some schools will admit students with below average scores, but other schools have very high standards and only admit students with top scores.
Minimum SAT scores will be particular to the institution requiring them, and may in some cases be department specific.
SAT scores typically become available online to students about 19 days after they take the SAT. At the time scores become available online, students can ask the College Board to mail the scores to a college, either on a rush or regular basis. There is an extra charge of about $27 for sending the scores on a rush basis. According to the website of the College Board, it takes the College Board about 5 weeks to mail an SAT score to a college if regular delivery is requested. If rush delivery is requested, the scores are mailed in two days. After the scores are mailed, it could take another five days or so for the colleges to receive them.
It depends on your SAT scores, but it may be easier to start with community college.
According to the schools website. Messiah College looks for SAT scores above 1000 (ACT 21) and a high school GPA of "B" average or better in the college preparatory curriculum. They also look for upward trends in the students performance from Freshman year through Senior year.
The average SAT score for current freshmen is 1300-1400 with a GPA of 3.63.
The state of Georgia has a college that will accept no SAT scores and a low high school GPA (Georgia Perimeter).
No. Many community colleges do not require SAT scores, just a high school diploma or GED. Some four-year colleges do not require SAT scores - generally less prestigious state schools or certain religious schools. Often, a student transferring from a two-year community college to a four-year college will not have to provide SAT scores if he or she did not have to have them to achieve an AA degree at the community college from which the person is transferring.
You get to college by performing well in high school. You have to meet the entrants requirements for GPA and SAT scores.
Admitted students of Rutgers University had GPAs which ranged between 3.0 and 4.3, respectively. Combined SAT scores ranged between 1510 - 2260, which are ranked by specific colleges. For instance, the average combined SAT score for the College of Pharmacy is between 2100-2290, while the College of Arts and Science are between 1510-1790.
King College has recently made SAT/ACT optional, as they believe those scores don't always reflect individual's readiness for college.
The 25-75 percentile range of SAT scores for entering freshmen at Rice seems to run about 1350-1500 (combined Reading+Math).
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