SAT Score Comparison for Admission to Kentucky Colleges

A Side-by-Side Comparison of SAT Admissions Data for Kentucky Colleges

Murray State University
Murray State University. BlueGold73 / Wiki

The table below can help guide you as you search for Kentucky colleges and universities that are a good match for your standardized test scores. You'll see that admissions standards vary greatly. The table shows scores for the middle 50% of enrolled students. If your scores fall within or above these ranges, you're on target for admission to one of these Kentucky colleges.

Kentucky Colleges SAT Scores (mid 50%)

Reading
25%
Reading
75%
Math 25% Math 75% Writing
25%
Writing
75%
Asbury University 510 630 490 610
Bellarmine University 490 590 490 570
Berea College 490 600 510 620
Centre College 520 650 560 690
Eastern Kentucky University 460 580 470 560
Georgetown College 450 530 420 530
Kentucky Wesleyan College 430 580 440 560
Morehead State University 430 520 410 540
Murray State University 480 595 463 560
Transylvania University
University of Kentucky 500 620 500 630
University of Louisville
Western Kentucky University 430 540 430 550

It's good to keep in mind that SAT scores are just one part of the application. The admissions officers at many of these Kentucky colleges, especially at the top Kentucky colleges, will also want to see a strong academic record, a winning essay, meaningful extracurricular activities and good letters of recommendation.

Some students with good scores, but an otherwise weak application, may not be admitted to these schools. Likewise, some students with lower scores, but an overall much stronger application (taking into account the things listed above), may be accepted. So, if your scores are lower than those listed here, don't lose all hope. Remember that 25% of enrolled students have scores lower than the ranges shown here.

Some schools don't show any scores. This could be because they only accept ACT scores (be sure to check out the ACT version of this table), or because they are test-optional. This means that students are not required to submit scores as part of the application process, although, if your tests are good, it's still a good idea to submit them. Also, some test-optional schools do require scores for students applying for financial aid or scholarships. Be sure to check out a school's requirements before applying.

To visit a profile of each school listed here, just click on its name in the table. There, you'll find information about admissions, financial aid, enrollment, graduation rates, athletics, popular programs, and much more! 

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Most data from the National Center for Educational Statistics