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08.02.2014

50 лучших американских университетов. Статистика поступления.


Name

Admissions Rate

SAT Total

25-75th percentile

SAT Critical Reading

25-75th percentile

SAT Math

25-75th percentile

SAT Subject Tests Required

Early Decision
(ED)
Early Action(EA)

1

Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts

7.2%

2070 - 2350

690 - 780

690 - 790

2

EA

2

Stanford University
Stanford, California

8.0%

2010 - 2300

660 - 760

680 - 780

Recommended

EA

3

Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut

8.6%

2100 - 2370

700 - 800

700 - 780

2

EA

4

Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey

10.1%

2090 - 2360

690 - 790

700 - 790

2

EA

5

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts

10.7%

2030 - 2320

650 - 760

720 - 800

2

EA

6

Columbia University
New York, New York

11.0%

2050 - 2320

680 - 770

680 - 780

2

ED

7

Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island

11.2%

1990 - 2300

650 - 760

670 - 770

2

ED

8

Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire

13.5%

2000 - 2320

660 - 770

670 - 780

2

ED

9

California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, California

15.3%

2140 - 2340

690 - 770

770 - 800

2

EA

10

University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

17.7%

2020 - 2290

660 - 750

690 - 780

2

ED

11

Georgetown University
Washington, District of Columbia

18.8%

1965 - 2235

650 - 740

660 - 750

3


12

Cornell University
Ithaca, New York

19.1%

1935 - 2250

630 - 730

660 - 770

2

ED

13

Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee

20.1%

2010 - 2270

660 - 750

690 - 770

Recommended

ED

14

University of California-Berkeley
Berkeley, California

21.5%

1800 - 2170

580 - 700

620 - 760

2


15

Washington University in St Louis
Saint Louis, Missouri

22.2%

2085 - 2295

680 - 750

710 - 780

Recommended

ED

16

Rice University
Houston, Texas

22.3%

1970 - 2270

640 - 750

680 - 780

2

EA,ED

17

Duke University
Durham, North Carolina

22.4%

2000 - 2300

660 - 760

680 - 780

2

ED

18

University of California-Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California

22.8%

1730 - 2100

560 - 680

590 - 720

2


19

University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California

24.4%

1910 - 2180

620 - 710

650 - 740

Recommended


20

Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois

26.2%

2030 - 2280

670 - 750

690 - 780

Recommended

ED

21

Tulane University of Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana

26.5%

1870 - 2110

620 - 700

620 - 700


EA,ED

22

Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts

26.6%

2040 - 2300

680 - 750

680 - 790

2

ED

23

Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia

26.6%

1960 - 2240

640 - 740

670 - 760


ED

24

University of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois

27.3%

2055 - 2340

690 - 780

680 - 780


EA

25

Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland

27.8%

1940 - 2230

630 - 730

670 - 770

Recommended

ED

26

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana

28.6%

1995 - 2265

650 - 750

680 - 760


EA

27

Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

30.1%

1880 - 2150

610 - 700

640 - 730

2

EA

28

San Diego State University
San Diego, California

31.2%

1395 - 1755

460 - 570

470 - 600


EA

29

University of Virginia-Main Campus
Charlottesville, Virginia

32.1%

1840 - 2150

600 - 710

630 - 730

2

ED

30

Brandeis University
Waltham, Massachusetts

32.4%

1930 - 2180

640 - 720

650 - 730

2

ED

31

Lehigh University
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

32.8%

1815 - 2085

580 - 670

630 - 720

Recommended

ED

32

College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, Virginia

33.5%

1850 - 2160

620 - 730

620 - 720


ED

33

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

34.0%

1800 - 2080

590 - 690

620 - 700


EA

34

Pepperdine University
Malibu, California

34.4%

1660 - 2010

550 - 670

560 - 680


EA

35

Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

36.3%

1910 - 2220

620 - 720

670 - 780

2

ED

36

George Washington University
Washington, District of Columbia

37.4%

1790 - 2070

590 - 680

600 - 690


ED

37

New York University
New York, New York

37.8%

1830 - 2140

610 - 710

600 - 720

2

ED

38

University of Rochester
Rochester, New York

38.7%

1820 - 2100

590 - 690

640 - 720


ED

39

SUNY at Binghamton
Binghamton, New York

39.7%

1785 - 2025

580 - 660

610 - 690


EA

40

University of California-San Diego
La Jolla, California

39.9%

1700 - 2040

540 - 660

600 - 710

2


41

Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, New York

39.9%

1620 - 1910

520 - 620

580 - 670



42

Georgia State University
Atlanta, Georgia

41.0%

1450 - 1740

490 - 580

480 - 590



43

Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts

41.0%

1780 - 2040

580 - 670

620 - 700



44

University of the Pacific
Stockton, California

41.5%

1550 - 1960

510 - 640

540 - 680



45

University of Maryland-College Park
College Park, Maryland

41.9%

1800 - 2085

580 - 680

620 - 710


EA

46

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, New York

42.2%

1850 - 2130

610 - 700

660 - 750

Recommended

ED

47

University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida

42.4%

1550 - 1860

520 - 620

530 - 640



48

University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida

42.7%

1710 - 2040

560 - 670

580 - 690


ED

49

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Syracuse, New York

43.1%

1605 - 1890

530 - 620

540 - 640


ED

50

University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida

44.4%

1740 - 2050

570 - 680

600 - 700


EA,ED

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