What is a good score to get in to MIT

<p>I'd like to know my sister's chances to get to MIT with the following SAT scores: reading 730, math 760, writing 780. This is out of 800. Anybody can give professional opinion?
Thanks.</p>

<p>From the MIT admissions site:</p>

<p>Distribution of SAT Reasoning Test Scores (Critical Reading)
Applicants Admits Admit rate
750-800 2505 609 24%
700-740 2061 377 18%
650-690 1953 254 13%
600-640 1279 126 10%
550-590 643 46 7%
< 550 743 13 2%
Distribution of SAT Reasoning Test Scores (Math)
Applicants Admits Admit rate
750-800 4852 932 19%
700-740 2275 342 15%
650-690 1131 118 10%
600-640 512 31 6%
550-590 226 2 1%
< 550 178 0 0%
Distribution of ACT Scores (Composite)
Applicants Admits Admit rate
30-36 1748 339 19%
26-29 474 47 10%
21-25 186 11 6%
< 21 52 0 0%</p>

<p>I'd say those scores won't help you or hurt you for MIT</p>

<p>What is the ONLY chance for a person with a 3.0 GPA, 1800 combined SAT score, and a very close to 0 ECs with 0 hour of volunteer getting into an MIT?</p>

<p>Is it IMPOSSIBLE with 0.0000000000000% of getting in?</p>

<p>probably around .01%</p>

<p>Only chance: donating 500 million for a new library.</p>

<p>Not even, that kind of stuff works more for Harvard and Princeton than MIT.</p>

<p>500 million would get you in for sure, even at MIT.</p>