Well, there are a few Hubs dedicated to SAT scoring and what is to be expected on the SAT's.
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-SAT-Score- … to-College
Around 1500 is average. A score of 1800 to 1900 will get you into most schools. This is around the 90th percentile. 2100+ is ivy league material and is above the 95th percentile.
Great SAT scores i.e. above 2100 can get you into the elite colleges
http://www.skill-guru.com/sat/the-anato … t-scoring/
but SAT scores are not the only thing to get into college, many elite colleges have started de-emphasizing only on SAT scores ..
http://www.skill-guru.com/sat/de-emphas … at-scores/
by Holle Abee7 years ago
Paul Allen - 1600Bill Gates - 1590Bill O'Reilly - 1585Rush Limbaugh - 1530 (???)Al Gore - 1355George W. Bush - 1206Bill Clinton - 1032Al Franken - 1020Howard Stern -...
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What do colleges consider to be a "Good" SAT Score?
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