Georgetown University Admissions

<p>I just took the SAT subject tests in Math 2, Bio, and Physics. Does anyone know what scores are 'high enough' for Georgetown University?
Also, if anyone goes there right now, could you tell me about the application process and what they're looking for in their essays and interviews?
Thanks!</p>

<p>No top college has score thresholds, so the language of "high enough" is not appropriate here. Higher scores yield higher chances -- period. Most competitive applicants, though, will have 700+, and many will have 750+ on all tests, with quite a few perfect scores. Percentiles should also be considered. On Math Level 2, for example, 750 is only the 75th percentile.</p>

<p>Ok thanks. So if I get lower than a 700 should I retake them?</p>

<p>There is no simple guideline for when to retake. It varies test to test and person to person.</p>

<p>Just score within the averages for admitted students and you'll be fine. If a bit of anecdotal evidence helps, I was admitted to SFS with a 700, 790, and 800 - and the 700 was in the 63rd percentile (ouch!).</p>

<p>Daughter was accepted EA with only one score in.</p>