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what is the SAT score range for getting into Ivy League schools?

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SAT score range and the accomplishments people do in high schools. What makes those students stand out from the others? General comments about Ivy League schools.
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Hi Joy! Great question. According to Prep Scholar, a score of 1590 would put you in the top 25% for most Ivy leagues, while a score of 1470 or lower would put you in the bottom 25%. However, most Ivy Leagues directors report that a perfect SAT score does not guarantee you admission. This means that the other areas in your college application (extra-curriculars, volunteering, programs, internships, etc.) are still very crucial to gain acceptance from one of these schools. You can check out Prep Scholar's article here: https://blog.prepscholar.com/whats-a-good-sat-act-score-for-the-ivy-league-whats-the-lowest-score-i-can-get-in-with. I hope this helps and I wish you the best with the SAT and with your Ivy League applications! Mireia R.
Hi Mireia! Thank you for the information and the link. I have a better view of it now. Joy Z.
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Collegeboard.org has all of this information in once place!

  1. Brown University - 1420-1580
  2. Columbia University - 1480-1600
  3. Cornell University- 1390-1550
  4. Dartmouth College -1410-1570
  5. Harvard University- 1480-1600
  6. the University of Pennsylvania- 1430-1580
  7. Princeton University - 1450-1590
  8. Yale University - 1470-1600

source: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/

Thank you for providing this! Joy Z.
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