The middle 50 percent SAT score of the enrolled Class of 2009 was between a 610 and 710 verbal and between a 620 and 720 math. For the newly admitted Class of 2010, the middle 50 percent score for math was between a 650 and 750 and the reading score was between a 630 and 740.
Isn't it a little misleading to compare last year's "enrolled" numbers with this year's "accepted" numbers? Those with the higher numbers are the most likely to attend a different school. UVA will have to compute the numbers of those who actually enroll this year and then compare those numbers to the prior year to determine if SAT scores actually increased.