You don't have to be a brain surgeon to understand that your SAT score, although not the only important factor for college admissions, is certainly a big factor. If you're looking to compare how your SAT score matches up against others hoping to attend one of the top private universities in the country, then take a look at these SAT scores, arranged by region, to see how you stack up.
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The Northeast always has great colleges and universities. In fact, some of the best private schools (the Ivies) in the country are located in those states ! But if you're not interested in attending the Ivy Leagues, or couldn't possible afford them, there are some great private options for you. Check out the SAT scores for some of the top private universities in the Northeast, here.
If you're a warm weather fanatic, then perhaps you're interested in attending one of the top private universities in the South. Tennessee and Georgia both have some top-ranking schools, and so do a slew of other Southern states. Here are the SAT scores for those top private universities in the Southern U.S.