Will a high SAT score get me into the school of my choice?
High SAT score does not guarantee you admission because colleges base their decisions on other factors like your GPA, essays, recommendation letters and extracurricular activities. High SAT score increases the likelihood that college admission officials will look at your application and consider you as a candidate.
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> Congratulations to Jason Chandra of SPH for being awarded a full scholarship to Duke University. He got 2390 on the SAT and was also accepted into Princeton, Columbia, UC-Berkeley, Dartmouth and other top universities
> Congratulations to Karen of of SPH who got accepted into Cornell and Brown University.
> Congratulations to Karina of SPH who got accepted into Brown University and University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign.
> Congratulations to Ashley Wong of SPH for being accepted into University of Carnegie Mellon and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
> Congratulations to Amanda of Global Jaya who got accepted into Boston University.
> Congratulations to Tiffany Citra of St. Laurensia for being accepted into Brown University, U. of Michigan Ann Arbor, and U. of Texas Austin.
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