TOP 15 UNIVERSITIES IN THE US AND THEIR SAT SCORES

AMERICAInternational students wishing to study in the United States should be aware of the SATs, it is a standardized university entrance test conducted mainly in the US and around the world for US bound college applicants. It is of importance to note that the structure and pattern of the SAT exams are consistent in its questions and conditions for admission. The SATs aren’t necessarily a test of knowledge, but a measure of how much you prepare for it. For guidance on how to prepare for the exams, kindly visit the official College Board website. Admission into American universities are based primarily based on the SAT scores, although a couple of colleges apply a test flexible scheme in their admission process. However, most students wishing to get acceptance and adequate financial aid into prestigious American universities cannot evade the SATs. Thus, the SATs remain one of the populous standardized examinations in the world.

 

Study abroad 365 has compiled a comprehensive list of top 15 American Universities and their SAT scores.

 

College SAT Total SAT Critical Reading SAT Math
Harvard University 2070 – 2350 690 – 780 690 – 790
Stanford University 2010 – 2300 660 – 760 680 – 780
Yale University 2100 – 2370 700 – 800 700 – 780
Princeton University 2090 – 2360 690 – 790 700 – 790
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2030 – 2320 650 – 760 720 – 800
Columbia University 2050 – 2320 680 – 770 680 – 780
Brown University 1990 – 2300 650 – 760 670 – 770
California Institute of Technology 2140 – 2340 690 – 770 770 – 800
University of Pennsylvania 2020 – 2290 660 – 750 690 – 780
Georgetown University 1965 – 2235 650 – 740 660 – 750
Cornell University 1935 – 2250 630 – 730 660 – 770
University of California-Berkeley 1800 – 2170 580 – 700 620 – 760
Washington University in St Louis 2085 – 2295 680 – 750 710 – 780
Rice University 1970 – 2270 640 – 750 680 – 780
Duke University 2000 – 2300 660 – 760 680 – 780

 

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

Early decision: November 15

Early decision 2: January 15

Regular decision: January 15

FINANCIAL AID

Many US colleges give financial aid to their international students. When submitting your application, remember to fill and submit the online financial aid CSS profile. The financial aid awarded any student would be based on his financial need (for need based colleges), quality of application and academic portfolio (SATs, recommendations and transcripts).

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