Is there any chance that anyone can enter an ivy league college if you get an SAT score of 1590?

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Suzanne Shaffer, Parent College Coach

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Most Ivy League college applicants have perfect SAT scores. So you would be competing with those applicants. Honestly, the chances are minimal. Your score is close to the national average, which is 1500. This is a respectable score. Your energy would be better spent looking for colleges where you are at the top of the applicant pool. If you have a high GPA with this SAT you should find many. You can go to the College Board's site or College Navigator to see what the school's applicant average is like.

There are so many excellent colleges and universities in this country that are not Ivy League. Frankly, the Ivies are overrated.

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