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Georgetown SAT Subject Scores?

JaneErrorJaneError 2 replies5 threads New Member
I’m searching for the average Subject scores of applicants admitted to Georgetown, specifically Georgetown College, and I haven’t found any exact answers although I assume it’s at least 700. I took the Literature and U.S. History tests and scored a 730 on both of them, so I’m hoping those are acceptable because I didn’t take the recommended third test. I know the normal SAT carries more weight than Subject tests but I appreciate any insight you guys can give me.
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  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 7199 replies69 threads Senior Member
    the 730s won't be why you do- or don't- get in. and, knowing the averages won't make any difference now.

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  • masquerade98masquerade98 572 replies7 threads Member
    They don't publish an average for subject test scores because the average varies a lot depending on which test you take. For example, if you take a language one, the averages are likely to be much higher because many of the people who take those are native speakers or fluent, so it doesn't make sense to take averages between a French subject test and a physics subject test, when the disparity between scores is so high.
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  • Eeyore123Eeyore123 1639 replies22 threads Senior Member
    @masquerade98 your example is incorrect. The overall mean for the Physics test is 671. French (reading) is 623.

    Your 730 are very good scores. But it is just one small part of your academic record. As a point of reference my DS got accepted EA (SFS) with 760 Math 2, 710 World, 700 US History, and 570 French.
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  • caffeinenarwhalcaffeinenarwhal 38 replies3 threads Junior Member
    I got in EA this year with a Math Level II of 800, and World History of 760. Only did two, but I kind of used an AP test score of 5 for the third one.
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  • CabbAgeeCabbAgee 1 replies0 threads New Member
    I got in EA with a 720 Math 2 and 750 Biology so you should be fine.
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  • YoungGoat91YoungGoat91 2 replies0 threads New Member
    I was accepted to Georgetown SFS EA. My subject tests were: 780 Spanish, 710 Literature, 690 Math. (ACT was 35 and I'm international so this might have offset the mediocre Sat II scores).
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  • zucchiniO78zucchiniO78 10 replies3 threads New Member
    Hey, I was accepted EA with Biology M 750, Math II 750 and 700 (second time -- whoops). So I basically only had two subject tests; I'm pretty sure you'll be fine.
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  • sunnygirl0015sunnygirl0015 4 replies0 threads New Member
    I got in EA with just one subject test (French 790, I am not a native speaker). My SAT was 1530 and I think all of my essays were very well-written and unique, probably the strongest part of my application
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  • user_371746user_371746 1 replies0 threads New Member
    Honestly I don’t think the subject tests are as important if you have other strong parts of your application. I got in EA and I didn’t take any subject tests, so I’d suggest not worrying.
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  • yagirl932yagirl932 10 replies1 threads New Member
    This thread is very reassuring. is a 4.0 necessary to be accepted?
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  • sunnygirl0015sunnygirl0015 4 replies0 threads New Member
    I don't think so. My gpa was a 3.7 the time I got accepted.
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