I legitimately did get a 1500 though which is pretty cool.
Is that a lot ? (1500) I dont know shit about these exams
I had got 1550 xd maths toooo ez and english avg, also to get into havard u need lot of personal certificates (like gold medal in olympiad) to get scholarship in these college or maybe it is tough for us becuz we r not frm that country
congratz! come join me at brown gender studies, then you don't have to wait to 30 for a depression
Can you tell me more about SAT? Like is it entrance exam?
i took one, test is easy, only hard part was english because i am not american. there is no calculus on the math section... i got a 1550
I remember I got 2250/2400 in the old SAT
sats seem quite easy considering we have a-levels here.
had a 2200 with 800 math back in the day, enjoy man
ngl i got a 1520 and got denied from Harvard, Tulane and MIT. I did get into the University of Chicago tho so poggers
I got a 2360 out of 2400 didn’t even get into brown :(
next year i will do SAT for trying to transfer to an amrican university
been thinking on some T20 colleges and some lesser known but still great colleges like Colgate
last time i made a studying test for SAT i scored 670 in math without studying. Math section in SAT seems way easier then the math section in the standarized test here in Brazil
Yeah, I wish I could be as smart as you. I got a 6 on my SAT score.
Looks like they changed the test
I remember taking it and got around 2100
nice, just dont become a liberal in collage
i have to give sat for my final year (i did it in 11th but I did terrible)
I got a 1260(or something near that anyway) because I did not give a flying fuck about SAT scores, maybe I should have but oh well
Go somewhere fun and challenging. I scored similarly on the ACT, and I went to a mediocre state school for no good reason. One of the very few genuine regrets of my life.
I took the ACT and got a 34, which is roughly the same as getting a 1500 SAT. It got me into a state school with a great scholarship, and I'll be graduating with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics and no debt. My point is, it's worth considering your options, but going to a great school definitely has its benefits as well even if it means you'll have debt. Also, it's alright to look at job placement and average salary, but keep in mind that you still need to seek out jobs and connections. You won't be handed a great job just for going to a good school. You seem to be on a good path, though!
760 GMAT, 8.5 IELTS. Looking for business schools, suggest some.
Well, you can always not go to college and don't spend 300k tho
Just study abroad, ez money saving
€29k student loan for 5 years of which I have to pay back 17,5k if I graduate within 5+1 years, university studies total cost € 0
can't say I'm jealous but best of luck regardless