SAT or Scholastic Aptitude Test is a standardized test conducted by the College board for international candidates aspiring to pursue undergraduate studies abroad, especially in the US. SAT exam has been developed to evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates.
The College Board, which is the conducting body of the SAT, has not laid down any specific SAT eligibility criteria for students wanting to appear for the SAT exam. There is no minimum or maximum age criteria fixed for students wanting to appear for the exam.
Top SAT Universities
|SL. NO.||UNIVERSITIES||SAT CUTOFF (AVERAGE)|
|1||Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey||1510|
|2||Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts||1510|
|3||Columbia University, New York||1510|
|4||MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts||1540|
|5||Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut||1515|
|6||Stanford University, Stanford, California||1500|
|7||The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois||1530|
|8||University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||1500|
|9||Caltech, Pasadena, California||1540|
|10||John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland||1520|