SAT Scores for Admission to the Atlantic Coast Conference

A Side-by-Side Comparison of College Admissions Data

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If you're wondering if you have the SAT scores you'll need to get into one of the Atlantic Coast Conference universities, here's a side-by-side comparison of 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 universities.

Realize, of course, that SAT scores are just one part of the application. The ACC admissions officers will also be looking for a strong high school record, a well-crafted essay, and meaningful extracurricular activities.

You can also check out these other SAT links (or ACT links):

data from National Center for Educational Statistics

Atlantic Coast Conference Score Comparison (mid 50%)
(Learn what these numbers mean)

Reading 25% Reading 75% Math 25% Math 75% Writing 25% Writing 75%
Boston College 620 720 640 740 - -
Clemson 560 660 590 680 - -
Duke 680 770 700 800 - -
Florida State 560 640 550 640 - -
Georgia Tech 640 730 680 770 - -
Louisville - - - - - -
Miami 600 680 610 710 - -
North Carolina 600 700 610 720 - -
North Carolina State 570 660 600 690 - -
Syracuse 530 630 560 660 - -
University of Notre Dame 670 760 680 780 - -
University of Pittsburgh 590 680 600 700 - -
University of Virginia 620 720 620 740 - -
Virginia Tech 540 640 560 680 - -

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*Note: Wake Forest is not included in this table due to its policy of test-optional admissions.