SAT under-2000 Which school?

<p>Anyone here can suggest some universities whose average SAT scores under 2000??I don't care about IVY or any tier.Just help me list schools that will admit you if your score is under 2000. Thanks</p>

<p>Tons of them. You have to be more specific. What state do you want to go to? What type of college?</p>

<p>Seriously, it depends on how much under 2000. If around 1800 or 1900 then you can apply to any of the schools below top 25 and stand a reasonable chance.</p>

<p>Go to or buy Loren Pope's book. Those colleges are excellent and accept many students with "low" SAT.</p>

<p>ok here you go try these</p>

<p>University of Michigan
Johns Hopkins
Univ. of Wisconsin—Madison
Boston College
New York University
Case Western Reserve Univ.(OH)
University of Rochester(NY)
U. of Illinois—Urbana - Champaign
Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.(NY)
Pennsylvania State U.—University Park
University of Texas—Austin
University of Florida
University of Miami(FL)
Univ. of Maryland—College Park
Ohio State University</p>

<p>soo many great schools to choose from. Although the top few might be a reach</p>

<p>y is berkeley on that list but not any of the other uc's?</p>

<p>if you took a look at the list. it says UC's</p>

<p>ok.... but berkeley is a uc. so why does it have its separate catagory?</p>

<p>berkeley is at a higher standard than most UC's. its harder to get into. The few at the top of the list were reaches.</p>

<p>Do you only want universities, or would you consider LACs too? Because there are some fantastic LACs that don't look at SATs at all...</p>

<p>I had a 1940 (710 M 650 CR adn 580W) 94 GPA a good essay and was admitted to:
University of Michigan
Univ. of Wisconsin?Madison
Tulane w/ Scholarship
Pennsylvania State U.?University Park
University of Florida
University of Miami(FL) w/ Scholarship
Univ. of Maryland?College Park w/ Scholarship
Ohio State University w/ Scholarship
University of Pittsburgh w/ Scholarship</p>

<p>Well, my favorite states are Cali and Boston. But i'm an int' student.So,the idea of applying to the UCs are not realistic because i think they prefer in-state students to int'. Any advice about Boston's colleges??
@weskid I mean here is all uni and LACS. Can u suggest some LACs??</p>

<p>Boston has some great schools, and its a great city. </p>

<p>City. Not a state. That would be Massachusetts. Just so you know.</p>

<p>now if you're a URM, that changes things a bit..</p>

<p>If everything else is good, you can consider Bowdoin college.
It's an elite LAC with an optional SAT program and ranked 7th in US news.</p>

<p>Bates college, too!</p>

<p>I hear they don't look at SAT scores.</p>

<p>Thank god for colleges such as those.</p>

<p>There are tons of schools with optional SATs now, including Holy Cross in Worcester which is very good, as well as Providence College.</p>

<p>About 98% of the colleges in the nation would love to have you.</p>

<p>@lux perpetua43 oops sorry,i'm an int' and not really good at geography!</p>

<p>@gryffon5147 thanks a lot,you make me feel a bit more optimistic!!
Well, to conclude if my stats are something like these,which school I apply??My first consideration is to be accepted,not the so-called rank (yep,wrong box,i know,sorry)
SATI 1900->2000
SAT II 2000->2100
very good study honors,prizes...
most important,only able to pay 50% tuition (poor me!!)
Thanks thousand times ~.~</p>

<p>Cornell, Hopkins, Berkeley...No. All above 2000.</p>