Average SAT Scores For Ivy Leagues Schools 2021

Are you applying to Ivy Leagues schools this year?

If so, you probably already have your college list built out, and now you are trying to make sure you have as many boxes checked off to have the best chance possible to get into your reach schools.

And I know you want to put your best foot forward!

One of those boxes is a strong standardized test score (if applicable to your admissions journey)

To help you with this process, below are the average scores for the Ivy Leagues for 2021!

Brown University Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1440
Highest Average: 1570

Columbia University Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1440
Highest Average: 1570



Cornell University Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1400
Highest Average: 1560
Dartmouth College Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1440
Highest Average: 1560


Havard University Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1460
Highest Average: 1570


University of Pennslyvania (UPenn)

Lowest Average: 1450
Highest Average: 1560


Princeton University Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1460
Highest Average: 1570
Yale University Average SAT Scores

Lowest Average: 1460
Highest Average: 1570

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As you can see, on average, for all Ivy Leagues, students score between 1400 and 1570. There are students admitted to these universities that are not in this score range. So, do not feel like these scores are an end-all-be-all especially when there are multiple components of a college application.

Actually, many students, especially this past year, did not submit scores at all due to the pandemic.

I hope this helps you better decide your score goal for the SAT, and best of luck on your Ivy League admissions journey!

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