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Average SAT Score at Harvard, Stanford, Yale, and Other Top Colleges

Average SAT Score

While many college admissions officers will tell you that your test score is “only one part” of the application process, it’s no coincidence that the best colleges have very high average SAT scores. Here is the average SAT score at some of the top colleges in the country:

1. Princeton University – 2260
2. Harvard University – 2260
3. Yale University – 2260
4. Columbia University – 2220
5. Stanford University – 2210
6. University of Chicago – 2260
7. MIT – 2240
8. University of Pennsylvania – 2190
9. Duke University – 2190
10. California Institute of Technology – 2300
11. Dartmouth College – 2190
12. John Hopkins University – 2120
13. Northwestern University – 2200
14. Washington University in St. Louis – 2220
15. Cornell University – 2120
16. Brown University – 2160
17. University of Notre Dame – 2150
18. Vanderbilt University – 2220
19. Rice University – 2180
20. UC Berkeley – 2040
21. Emory University – 2050
22. Georgetown University – 2110
23. UCLA – 1950
24. USC – 2080
25. University of Virginia – 2030



Shaan Patel

Shaan Patel is the founder of Prep Expert Test Preparation (formerly 2400 Expert), a #1 bestselling SAT prep author, an MD/MBA student at Yale and USC, and winner of an investment deal with billionaire Mark Cuban on ABC's Shark Tank. He raised his own SAT score from average to perfect and teaches students his methods in an online SAT prep class.