Disclaimer: Many factors contribute to your college acceptance, and SAT & ACT scores can never guarantee your entrance or rejection. This tool will give you an idea of the average minimum scores needed to be considered by admissions committees at the nations top 350 colleges and universities.
The SAT and ACT are just a means to an end: they get your application read. If your scores are high enough for your target schools, they’ll review the rest of your application. If not, they’ll most likely toss your application without reading it. If you have a specific school or schools in mind, and you want to figure out what scores they expect, you can read our free guide on what scores you need to avoid being chopped here.
However, if you already have your scores, there’s an exciting opportunity: you can see which schools will now eagerly read your application! That’s why we’ve put together this handy College Score Converter. Just put in your SAT or ACT scores and you’ll get a customized list with all the best colleges that’ll take a good look at you!
Remember: college is what you make of it, and while it’s important to pick some dream schools, it’s also important to keep an open mind and look for other great universities that might be happy to have you!
If you’re looking for a more comprehensive game plan to help you set up your entire college planning and application process, I recommend checking out my free College Game Plan here:
If you really want to dive in, you can take a look at my book, Why You Get Rejected, for a comprehensive look at all the things you can do (and that you must not do) to ensure the best chances of admission!
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