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Range of sat scores for South Carolina engineering?

treminortreminor Registered User Posts: 66 Junior Member
What's the range of sat scores (1200 scale) for the college of engineering at USC?

Replies to: Range of sat scores for South Carolina engineering?

  • AUGirlAUGirl Registered User Posts: 2,890 Senior Member
    As far as I know, there isn't a 1200 scale. If that is the new scale of the SAT, then there isn't data available for it.

    Anyways, I'm pretty sure that engineering is not one of the special programs at USC that has different admissions standards for freshmen. The only ones I'm aware of that do are programs such as Nursing and International Business, which both require students to reapply once they have completed a few semesters at USC.

    (It just occurred to me that you might have meant the 2100 scale. USC only uses math and reading, so the 1600 scale is more accurate.)
  • coleman4coleman4 Registered User Posts: 366 Member
    I'm not sure either if engineering uses test scores for admission (or are you just admitted to the university with Engineering as your major), but for what it's worth, my daughter is an upcoming freshman this fall in the Engineering program and her scores were SAT of 1420/1600 (CR + MA) and ACT of 34.
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