An important question for EVERYONE.

<p>Does anyone have a link to a site that lists which schools require which tests for the highschool class of 2006?! As in how many SAT IIS and such. </p>


<p>You can look at at individual schools that require it, but I don't know of a master list or anything.</p>

<p>Expected SAT Average (New SAT): HYPMS
Harvard University- 2240
Yale University- 2200
Princeton University- 2210
MIT- 2220
Stanford University- 2190</p>

<p>SAT II Requirements: HYPMS
Harvard University- 3 in any subjects
Yale University- 3 in any subjects
Princeton University- 3 (Math & Physics or Chem. for Engineering)
MIT- 3-Match, Science & One other
Stanford University- Math IIC & Two others</p>

<p>Funny when someone mentions colleges here everyone assumes HYPMS.</p>

<p>Yep, these are CC people...</p>

<p>I bet someone here may even have HYPMS license plates. Just make sure that if a little state symbol has to come between the letters it doesn't separate it into HY-PMS.</p>

<p>Expected New SAT Average</p>

<p>Brown University- 2140
Cal Tech- 2220
Claremont McKenna- 2100
Columbia University- 2150
Cornell University- 2080
Harvard University- 2240
Johns Hopkins University- 2100
MIT- 2220
New York University- 2000
Northwestern University- 2100
Pomona College- 2180
Princeton University- 2210
Rice University- 2170
Stanford University- 2190
UC Berkeley- 2100
UC Davis- 1850
UC Irvine- 1900
UC Los Angeles- 2100
UC Riverside- 1650
UC San Diego- 2020
UC Santa Barbara- 1850
UC San Santa Cruz- 1700
University of Pennsylvania- 2150
University of Southern California- 2000
Yale University- 2200</p>

<p>Next post will be on SAT II Requirements...</p>

<p>My score is higher than all of their averages...but I couldn't get into any of them! (this isnt relevant at all.)</p>

<p>Brown University- 2 in any subjects
Cal Tech- Math IIC & One Science
Claremont McKenna- Recommend 3
Columbia U.- Any 2 (Math & Physics or Chem. for Engineering)
Cornell U.- 2 for each school
Harvard U.- 3 in any subjects
Johns Hopkins U.- 3 in any subjects
MIT- 3-Match, Science & One other
New York U.- None required, but recmmends taking 2
Northwestern U.- None required, but recommended
Pomona C.- 2 in different subjects(4~5 for homeschoolers)
Princeton U.- 3 (Math & Physics or Chem. for Engineering)
Rice U.- 2 in 2 different subject areas
Stanford U.- Math IIC & 2 others
UCs- 2 in different subject areas
U. of Pennsylvania- 2 in any subject areas
USC- None required (recommends taking 3)
Yale U.- 3 in any subjects</p>

<p>Wow, ExRunner, I guess you are living proof that one must do extremely well on their SATs.</p>

<p>(~)-(~), you said USC's was 2000. The average this year was a 1400 out of 1600, which is 87.5%. The new statistic you provided means it decreases to 83.3% (which is 2000 of 2400). I think it is safe to say that most acceptance standards are proliferating for colleges each year. So why would it make sense for USC, who has had statstical increases in applicants in recent history, to use a lower percentage? Can I see the evidence for this? </p>

<p>Not trying to be offensive, I just want to check it out because USC is the school I am attending and I find it odd. :)</p>

<p>What do you mean by "acceptance standards are proliferating"?</p>

<p>I mean, it is getting harder. The standard to get into any given school is more arduous. Scores and GPAs are increasing, proliferating to an exorbitant rate!</p>

<p>Erm, so you meant to increase in magnitude, not increase in quantity?</p>

<p>Well my posts are not from my own opinion. I have a list that states 2000 as the expected score and I was surprised because I live in SCA and USC has a really good reputation here.</p>

<p>Hmm, that's interesting. I was just curious because I would hardly think USC would decrease an average on the SAT.</p>

<p>"(~)-(~), you said USC's was 2000. The average this year was a 1400 out of 1600, which is 87.5%"</p>

<p>The average for USC is not 1400. In 2004-2005, the mid SAT is 1280-1420 for matriculants and 1120-1360 for applicants. That translates to 1350 matriculants and 1240 applicants. Given the true numbers, the estimate of 2000 is probably correct, if not a tad generous. </p>

<p>PS Source is Freshman Profile and Admission Information 2004 – 2005 at</p>

<p>A</a> list of SAT II requirements for some colleges, as maintained by College Board</p>

<p>also keep in mind that adding the third part out of 800 aka writing does not translate to an automatic equivalent to the rest of the test. plus i don't know if its true or makes a difference but i heard math was made a little more tricky and the removal of anologies might be influence scores but this is prob not influential</p>