GPA and Test Scores for Admission - Ivy League

SAT Scores

 

Reading

Math

Writing

 

25%

75%

25%

75%

25%

75%

Brown

660

760

650

770

670

780

Columbia

700

780

700

790

700

790

Cornell

640

740

670

780

-

-

Dartmouth

670

780

680

780

680

790

Harvard

700

800

710

790

710

800

Princeton

700

790

710

800

710

800

U Penn

660

760

690

780

680

770

Yale

700

790

700

800

710

790

ACT Scores

 

Composite

English

Math

 

25%

75%

25%

75%

25%

75%

Brown

29

34

30

35

28

34

Columbia

32

35

33

35

32

35

Cornell

30

33

-

-

-

-

Dartmouth

30

34

-

-

-

-

Harvard

32

35

33

35

31

35

Princeton

31

35

32

35

30

35

U Penn

30

34

31

35

29

34

Yale

31

35

-

-

-

-

 
 
Brown University
 

Students who got into Brown University have a nearly perfect 4.0 GPA, an ACT composite score above 30, and a combined SAT score (CR+M+W) of above 2100.

 

Columbia University
 

Students who got into Columbia had GPAs in the "A" range, SAT scores (CR+M+W) above 2100, and ACT composite scores above 30.

 

Cornell University
 

Students who got into Cornell had a GPA in the "A" range, SAT scores (CR+M+W) above 2000, and ACT composite scores above 29.

 

Dartmouth College
 

Student that got into Dartmouth had an GPA of  "A" averages, an ACT composite score above 30, and a combined SAT score (CR+M+W) of above 2100.

 

Harvard University
 

Students who got into Harvard had 4.0 GPAs, SAT scores (CR+M+W) above 2100, and ACT composite scores above 30.

 

University of Pennsylvania
 

Students that got into the University of Pennsylvania, had a GPA of 3.8 or higher, a combined SAT score of over 2000, and an ACT composite of 29 or higher.

 

Princeton University

 

Students who got into Princeton had GPAs close to a 4.0, SAT scores (CR+M+W) above 2100, and ACT composite scores above 30

 

Yale University
 

Students accepted into Yale had an SAT score (CR+M+W) above 2100, and an ACT composite score above 30.