SAT Score Comparison for Admission to Georgia Colleges

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

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What SAT scores do you need to get into one of the top Georgia colleges and universities? This side-by-side comparison shows scores for the middle 50% of matriculated students. If your scores fall within or above these ranges, you're on target for admission to one of these top colleges in Georgia.

Top Georgia Colleges Score Comparison (mid 50%)
(Learn what these numbers mean)
Agnes Scott College------see graph
Berry College530630530610--see graph
Covenant College540670510630--see graph
Emory University630730660770--see graph
Georgia Tech640730680770--see graph
Mercer University550640550650--see graph
Morehouse College430550430545--see graph
Oglethorpe University520620500610--see graph
SCAD490610460580--see graph
Spelman College500590480580--see graph
University of Georgia570670570670--see graph
Wesleyan College480588450530--see graph
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Realize, of course, that SAT scores are just one part of the application. The admissions officers at these Georgia colleges will also want to see a strong academic record, a winning essay, meaningful extracurricular activities and good letters of recommendation.

Click on the "see graph" links along the right column. These graphs illustrate how other applicants fared in relation to their grades/standardized test scores. You may find that some applicants with strong grades and scores were not admitted, while students with lower scores and grades were accepted. If an applicant's application is strong (but his/her scores below average), they still have a chance of being admitted. Likewise, an applicant with good grades but a weak application may be rejected or waitlisted. Remember that 25% of enrolled students at these school had scores lower than the ranges listed here. So, if your scores are low, it's possible to still get in to any of these great schools.

If you have time, it is possible to retake the SAT. You can submit your application with your original scores, and then, once your new scores are reported, you can resubmit those (hopefully higher) scores. Be sure to check with the admissions office to make sure they allow this. 

To go to a profile of each school, just click on its name in the table above.

There, you can find helpful information for prospective students about financial aid, admissions, majors, graduation rates, athletics, and more.

You can also check out these other SAT links:

SAT Comparison Charts: Ivy League | top universities | top liberal arts | top engineering | more top liberal arts | top public universities | top public liberal arts colleges | University of California campuses | Cal State campuses | SUNY campuses | more SAT charts

SAT Tables for Other States: AL | AK | AZ | AR | CA | CO | CT | DE | DC | FL | GA | HI | ID | IL | IN | IA | KS | KY | LA | ME | MD | MA | MI | MN | MS | MO | MT | NE | NV | NH | NJ | NM | NY | NC | ND | OH | OK | OR | PA | RI | SC | SD | TN | TX | UT | VT | VA | WA | WV | WI | WY

Data from the National Center for Educational Statistics

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Grove, Allen. "SAT Score Comparison for Admission to Georgia Colleges." ThoughtCo, Nov. 15, 2017, Grove, Allen. (2017, November 15). SAT Score Comparison for Admission to Georgia Colleges. Retrieved from Grove, Allen. "SAT Score Comparison for Admission to Georgia Colleges." ThoughtCo. (accessed March 21, 2018).