U.S. College Statistics

The following is admissions statistics from top universities and colleges in the U.S.

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SAT Scores for Ivies

Reading Math Writing
25% 75% 25% 75% 25% 75%
Brown 690 740 650 760 640 750
Columbia 690 780 700 790 690 780
Cornell 630 730 670 770 - -
Dartmouth 670 780 690 790 690 790
Harvard 690 790 700 800 690 790
Princeton 700 790 710 800 700 790
U Penn 660 750 690 780 670 770
Yale 700 800 710 790 710 800

Below is a table of the middle 50th percentile of SAT scores for enrolled students at the following universities. That means that 50% of all enrolled students received SAT scores within the range between the 25th and 75th percentile. (Data from NCES for Fall of 2009.) Please be advised that this list does not include liberal arts colleges that may have high SAT scores and low admissions rates that would have placed them on this top 25 list.

Disclaimer: The following information has been gathered from third party websites. English Hound does not guarantee the accuracy of the information and no reliance should be placed on the information.

Name Admission
Rate
SAT Total
25-75th
percentile
SAT Critical
Reading
25-75th
percentile
SAT Math
25-75th
percentile
1 Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts
7.2% 2070 – 2350 690 – 780 690 – 790
2 Stanford University
Stanford, California
8.0% 2010 – 2300 660 – 760 680 – 780
3 Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
8.6% 2100 – 2370 700 – 800 700 – 800
4 Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
10.1% 2090 – 2360 690 – 790 700 – 790
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts
10.7% 2030 – 2320 650 – 760 720 – 800
6 Columbia University
New York, New York
11.0% 2050 – 2320 680 – 770 680 – 780
7 Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
11.2% 1990 – 2300 650 – 760 670 – 770
8 Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
13.5% 2000 – 2320 660 – 770 670 – 780
9 California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, California
15.3% 2140 – 2340 690 – 770 770 – 800
10 University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
17.7% 2020 – 2290 660 – 750 690 – 780
11 Georgetown University
Washington, District of Columbia
18.8% 1965 – 2235 650 – 740 660 – 750
12 Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
19.1% 1935 – 2250 630 – 730 660 – 770
13 Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee
20.1% 2010 – 2270 660 – 750 690 – 770
14 University of California
Berkeley Berkeley, California
21.5% 1800 – 2170 580 – 700 620 – 760
15 Washington University in St Louis
Saint Louis, Missouri
22.2% 2085 – 2295 680 – 750 710 – 780
16 Rice University
Houston, Texas
22.3% 1970 – 2270 640 – 750 680 – 780
17 Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
22.4% 2000 – 2300 660 – 760 680 – 780
18 University of California
Los Angeles Los Angeles, California
22.8% 1730 – 2100 560 – 680 590 – 720
19 University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
24.4% 1910 – 2180 620 – 710 650 – 740
20 Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
26.2% 2030 – 2280 670 – 750 690 – 780
21 Tulane University of Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
26.5% 1870 – 2110 620 – 700 620 – 700
22 Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts
26.6% 2040 – 2300 680 – 750 680 – 790
23 Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia
26.6% 1960 – 2240 640 – 74 670 – 760
24 University of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
27.3% 2055 – 2340 690 – 780 680 – 780
25 Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland
27.8% 1940 – 2230 630 – 730 670 – 770
 
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