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  Name Admissions Rate SAT Total

25-75th percentile
SAT Critical Reading

25-75th percentile
SAT Math

25-75th percentile
SAT Subject Tests Required Early Decision
(ED)
Early Action(EA)
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1 Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts
7.2% 2070 - 2350 690 - 780 690 - 790 EA  View Chances  
2 Stanford University
Stanford, California
8.0% 2010 - 2300 660 - 760 680 - 780 Recommended  EA  View Chances  
3 Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
8.6% 2100 - 2370 700 - 800 700 - 780 EA  View Chances  
4 Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
10.1% 2090 - 2360 690 - 790 700 - 790 EA  View Chances  
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts
10.7% 2030 - 2320 650 - 760 720 - 800 EA  View Chances  
6 Columbia University
New York, New York
11.0% 2050 - 2320 680 - 770 680 - 780 ED  View Chances  
7 Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
11.2% 1990 - 2300 650 - 760 670 - 770 ED  View Chances  
8 Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
13.5% 2000 - 2320 660 - 770 670 - 780 ED  View Chances  
9 California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, California
15.3% 2140 - 2340 690 - 770 770 - 800 EA  View Chances  
10 University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
17.7% 2020 - 2290 660 - 750 690 - 780 ED  View Chances  
11 Georgetown University
Washington, District of Columbia
18.8% 1965 - 2235 650 - 740 660 - 750   View Chances  
12 Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
19.1% 1935 - 2250 630 - 730 660 - 770 ED  View Chances  
13 Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee
20.1% 2010 - 2270 660 - 750 690 - 770 Recommended  ED  View Chances  
14 University of California-Berkeley
Berkeley, California
21.5% 1800 - 2170 580 - 700 620 - 760   View Chances  
15 Washington University in St Louis
Saint Louis, Missouri
22.2% 2085 - 2295 680 - 750 710 - 780 Recommended  ED  View Chances  
16 Rice University
Houston, Texas
22.3% 1970 - 2270 640 - 750 680 - 780 EA,ED  View Chances  
17 Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
22.4% 2000 - 2300 660 - 760 680 - 780 ED  View Chances  
18 University of California-Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
22.8% 1730 - 2100 560 - 680 590 - 720   View Chances  
19 University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
24.4% 1910 - 2180 620 - 710 650 - 740 Recommended    View Chances  
20 Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
26.2% 2030 - 2280 670 - 750 690 - 780 Recommended  ED  View Chances  
21 Tulane University of Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
26.5% 1870 - 2110 620 - 700 620 - 700   EA,ED  View Chances  
22 Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts
26.6% 2040 - 2300 680 - 750 680 - 790 ED  View Chances  
23 Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia
26.6% 1960 - 2240 640 - 740 670 - 760   ED  View Chances  
24 University of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
27.3% 2055 - 2340 690 - 780 680 - 780   EA  View Chances  
25 Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland
27.8% 1940 - 2230 630 - 730 670 - 770 Recommended  ED  View Chances  
26 University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana
28.6% 1995 - 2265 650 - 750 680 - 760   EA  View Chances  
27 Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
30.1% 1880 - 2150 610 - 700 640 - 730 EA  View Chances  
28 San Diego State University
San Diego, California
31.2% 1395 - 1755 460 - 570 470 - 600   EA  View Chances  
29 University of Virginia-Main Campus
Charlottesville, Virginia
32.1% 1840 - 2150 600 - 710 630 - 730 ED  View Chances  
30 Brandeis University
Waltham, Massachusetts
32.4% 1930 - 2180 640 - 720 650 - 730 ED  View Chances  
31 Lehigh University
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
32.8% 1815 - 2085 580 - 670 630 - 720 Recommended  ED  View Chances  
32 College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, Virginia
33.5% 1850 - 2160 620 - 730 620 - 720   ED  View Chances  
33 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
34.0% 1800 - 2080 590 - 690 620 - 700   EA  View Chances  
34 Pepperdine University
Malibu, California
34.4% 1660 - 2010 550 - 670 560 - 680   EA  View Chances  
35 Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
36.3% 1910 - 2220 620 - 720 670 - 780 ED  View Chances  
36 George Washington University
Washington, District of Columbia
37.4% 1790 - 2070 590 - 680 600 - 690   ED  View Chances  
37 New York University
New York, New York
37.8% 1830 - 2140 610 - 710 600 - 720 ED  View Chances  
38 University of Rochester
Rochester, New York
38.7% 1820 - 2100 590 - 690 640 - 720   ED  View Chances  
39 SUNY at Binghamton
Binghamton, New York
39.7% 1785 - 2025 580 - 660 610 - 690   EA  View Chances  
40 University of California-San Diego
La Jolla, California
39.9% 1700 - 2040 540 - 660 600 - 710   View Chances  
41 Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, New York
39.9% 1620 - 1910 520 - 620 580 - 670     View Chances  
42 Georgia State University
Atlanta, Georgia
41.0% 1450 - 1740 490 - 580 480 - 590     View Chances  
43 Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts
41.0% 1780 - 2040 580 - 670 620 - 700     View Chances  
44 University of the Pacific
Stockton, California
41.5% 1550 - 1960 510 - 640 540 - 680     View Chances  
45 University of Maryland-College Park
College Park, Maryland
41.9% 1800 - 2085 580 - 680 620 - 710   EA  View Chances  
46 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, New York
42.2% 1850 - 2130 610 - 700 660 - 750 Recommended  ED  View Chances  
47 University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida
42.4% 1550 - 1860 520 - 620 530 - 640     View Chances  
48 University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
42.7% 1710 - 2040 560 - 670 580 - 690   ED  View Chances  
49 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Syracuse, New York
43.1% 1605 - 1890 530 - 620 540 - 640   ED  View Chances  
50 University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida
44.4% 1740 - 2050 570 - 680 600 - 700   EA,ED  View Chances  

Above is a table of the middle 50th percentile of SAT scores for enrolled students. The 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)

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