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Minimum SAT score at cornell.

qzong8p3qzong8p3 Posts: 21Registered User New Member
edited February 2007 in Cornell University
This is perhaps the most basic question. Well, I heard so much rumor such as "ivies only look at 2300s" or "2200s is considered a safe" or even even "having a score lower than 600 is an automatic reject at any ivies" (excluding "special" applications).

Frankly, I think having a score above 2000 would give someone a chance at Cornell. But I am just curious about the CC opinions.
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