Yale Boat

Published Tuesday, April 26, 2011 by Tarang

Continuing in our tradition of reporting SAT averages to you guys, I now bring you Yale University. Admissions Data (2010): Percent of Applicants Admitted: 8% Test Scores — 25th / 75th Percentile SAT Critical Reading: 700 / 800 SAT Math: 700 / 780 SAT Writing: 700 / 790 ACT Composite: 30 / 34 Enrollment (2009): Total Enrollment: 11,593 (5,275 undergraduates) Gender Breakdown: 50% Male / 50% Female 100% Full-time Percent of applicants accepted is usually around 9%. Fun Fact: The Yale Corinthian Yacht Club is the oldest collegiate sailing club in the world. It was… Continue Reading

Hard Work for Harvard

Published Wednesday, April 20, 2011 by Tarang

Earlier, this blog had posted some information about SAT/GPA stats for the UC schools as well as Stanford. Let us continue that tradition with Harvard. Class of 2014 Statistics Class Profile Students Total Applicants 30,489 Admitted 2,205 Matriculates 1,664 Yield 75.5% Admitted from the Waiting List 94 OK. Now let’s look at the SAT distribution: Percent of Applicants Admitted: 7% Test Scores — 25th / 75th Percentile (The first number shows that 25% of enrolled students scored below that number. The second number shows that 75% of enrolled students scored below that number.) SAT Critical… Continue Reading

What is the ACT?

Published Sunday, January 30, 2011 by Katie

The ACT is widely known as the substitute for the SAT. However, in regions such as the Bay Area, students tend to be more knowledgeable about the details of the SAT than those of the ACT. Indeed, in the state of California, more than 50% of students favor the SAT over the ACT. What, exactly, is the ACT? In short, it is a test comprised of five sections—English, math reading, science reasoning, and writing. Unlike the SAT, which has ten sections, all of which are required, the writing section on the ACT is optional. No… Continue Reading


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