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.
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.
The state of Georgia has a college that will accept no SAT scores and a low high school GPA (Georgia Perimeter).
High Point University's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 507-609, meaning 25% of students scored 507 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 609 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 609 or higher).
High Point University's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Writing Scores are 487-589, meaning 25% of students scored 487 or lower on the Writing portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 589 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 589 or higher).
Average high school GPA is a 3.8 For the first-year students that enrolled at UF in 2007, the median SAT score is 1210 - 1400, and the Median ACT is 26 - 31. Although, UF has the highest admissions standards in the state, with a majority of admitted students scoring more than 1400 on the SAT. Test scores: SAT verbal scores over 500 91%, SAT math scores over 500 94%, ACT scores over 18 99%, SAT verbal scores over 600 60%, SAT math scores over 600 69%, ACT scores over 24 83%, SAT verbal scores over 700 15%, SAT math scores over 700 21%, ACT scores over 30 24%
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.
If your SAT scores are high, you can have a GPA of 3.6
High Point University's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Critical Reading Scores are 497-589, meaning 25% of students scored 497 or lower on the Critial Reading portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 589 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 589 or higher).
There is a range of Sat Scores for about 1240- 1400+ Sat scores are a big part of whether or not you get excepted in Wake Forest but i know plently of people who have had very high sat scores such as 650, 750, and 760 with GPAS on the low side such as 3.0 and a 3.2 weighted who have been denied acceptance. GPA and rigor of classes is still the main concern through. There are many websites that will show you unweighted GPA, weighted GPA, and sat scores on all 3 sections for students who were accepted, denied, or on the waiting list. Hope this Helps.
Test Scores for 2006-2007 SAT verbal scores over 500 70%, SAT math scores over 500 66%, ACT scores over 18 94%, SAT verbal scores over 600 25%, SAT math scores over 600 21%, ACT scores over 24 33%, SAT verbal scores over 700 4%, SAT math scores over 700 3%, ACT scores over 30 2%
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.
A very high SAT score is definitely one factor that most colleges consider in awarding merit scholarships. In fact, many universities that are not Top 20 universities seek to recruit students with very high SAT scores in order to help bring up their rankings, which are based in part on the average SAT scores of incoming freshmen. I know students with SAT scores above 2250 who have applied to colleges and not even sought a scholarship and who have received acceptance letters offering them generous scholarships. Of course, what constitutes a "high" SAT score is relative. An SAT score that one school considers mediocre might be considered high by another school.
INeedAPencil.com is a good place to start. It offers Free SAT for low-income high school students.
You can request SAT Scores to be sent to colleges using the CollegeBoard website. Your SAT Scores will also be stored by CollegeBoard on their website and can be accessed on demand.
judged by top GPA of the students class rank and act/sat scores
SAT scores are interpreted on the highest to the lowest. The higher the score the better you have done. If your score is low, it means that you did very poorly.
Any community college if you have completed high school.
3.0 is pretty low for Rutgers, but if your SAT scores are very high, there might be a chance.
SAT is taken by high school students who wish to pursue higher education in the US. SAT scores also determine a student's eligibility to receive academic scholarships. The SAT I The SAT I tests a student's skills in critical reading, mathematics, and writing. SAT isn't necessarily a test of your knowledge. It tests your academic skills which are developed over the years you spent in school. Any one can have high SAT scores if they appear for the test with enough preparation.
Yes, it is. There's a lot of evidence that SAT prep courses increase the scores of the students who take them.
What SAT scores do you need? What extracurricular activities do you need if any? How much money do you need? How high of grades do you need? Is there an age limitation on applicable students? ANSWER: SAT scores and GPA (grades) vary. If you have a 4.0 GPA, the lowest SAT score you can get is 1900. The lowest GPA is 3.0 but it is hard to get in with a 3.0 GPA. People have gotten in with 3.3 GPA but had really high SAT scores. There is no age limit I don't know the answers to your other questions
Allegheny's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 560-650, meaning 25% of students scored 560 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 650 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 650 or higher).
Amherst's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Math Scores are 660-770, meaning 25% of students scored 660 or lower on the Math portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 770 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 770 or higher).
Amherst's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Writing Scores are 670-770, meaning 25% of students scored 670 or lower on the Writing portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 770 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 770 or higher).
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