The best possible score on the SAT is 1600 - that's perfect.
Some schools will let you in with 900 or above, but the better the school, the higher score you must have to gain admission.
Isn't it a combination of GPA and Sat Score to get in? I imagine you could get in with a 1500(out of 2400) or even 1400(out of 2400) if you had a high enough sat score,
Plus if you're top 10 in your Texas high school, you're automatically accepted into any university of texas school.
if you're out of state, you're sat score will have to be higher than if you were in state.
100% is the best score.
The best possible score on the New SAT Reasoning Test is 2400-- added up from the three sections: 800 Critical reading, 800 Math, 800 Writing.
I don't know if you can find a "worst score" for acceptance into a university. Schools do look at a number of things, and a good GPA can make up for a not-so-good SAT score.
But you can see the middle 50% range of SAT scores of first-year accepted students on College Board: http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/se...
"Middle 50% of
SAT Critical Reading: 530 - 660
SAT Math: 570 - 690
SAT Writing: 520 - 640"
So it looks like the average anyway is around 1800.
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