New England Colleges for a 1000 on the SAT

What New England colleges accept a 1000 SAT score?

1000 SAT Score, 40% Percentile

These New England colleges are a good match for you

If you've achieved a score of 1000 on your SATs, this places you squarely within the average range for accepted students at 25 New England colleges. This list features popular colleges where your application will likely be competitive, given their historical acceptance of students with a 1000 SAT score. However, it's crucial to remember that a good SAT score is not the sole criterion for admission. In fact, may colleges are now test optional. It's equally significant to maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) that aligns with the college's expectations for incoming students. The creation of this list is rooted in a comprehensive analysis of SAT scores from students admitted to all New England colleges

Is a 1000 SAT bad?

A score of 1000 is a little worse than average. It situates you in the bottom 40th percentile on the national scale, underperforming the majority of the 1.7 million SAT test takers. This score signifies your slightly below average performance in answering questions in the Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing sections of the exam. The SAT is scored out of a maximum of 1600 and a minimum of 400, meaning your 1000 score represents 62% of the total possible points. If a 1000 does not meet the requirements of your preferred college, you might want to consider enrolling in a test prep course to potentially enhance your score.

Demographic comparisons for a 1000

Let's examine how a 1000 SAT score stacks up to the national averages across various demographic groups

Gender

  • Male: A 1000 is 67 points (6%) lower than the average male SAT score of 1067
  • Female: A 1000 is 54 points (5%) lower than the average female SAT score of 1054

Race/ethnicity

  • White: A 1000 is 112 points (10%) lower than the average white SAT score of 1112
  • Black: A 1000 is 66 points (7%) higher than the average black SAT score of 934
  • Hispanic: A 1000 is 33 points (3%) higher than the average Hispanic SAT score of 967
  • Asian: A 1000 is 239 points (19%) lower than the average Asian SAT score of 1239
  • Pacific Islander: A 1000 is 50 points (5%) higher than the average Pacific Islander SAT score of 950
  • American Indian/Alaska Native: A 1000 is 73 points (8%) higher than the average American Indian/Alaska Native SAT score of 927
  • Two or more races: A 1000 is 116 points (10%) lower than the average two or more races SAT score of 1116

All groups

  • All Students: A 1000 is 60 points lower than the average SAT score for all students of 1060

What is the ACT equivalent to a 1000 SAT score?

A 1000 on the SAT translates to a 19 on the ACT according to the concordance provided by the College Board and ACT. It's important to note that not all colleges disclose admission data for both the SAT and ACT. As such, we recommend checking our listings for each test to identify schools with similar academic profiles.

What percentile is a 1000 SAT score?

Scoring a 1000 on the SAT places you in the 40th percentile nationwide. This implies that your performance surpassed 40% of all test takers. To put this in perspective, about 1.7 million students sit for the SAT each year. Thus, with your score, you've outperformed about 680,000 students with only 1,020,000 test takers achieving a higher score.


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List of 1000 SAT Colleges

Displaying 25 colleges where your 1000 SAT score is within the typical range of past accepted students. You have a chance at being accepted but admission may be challenging at more selective colleges. Hint: Filter by admission chance for 69 target schools (good chance), 102 reach (harder) schools and 84 safety (easier) schools you can consider.

Eastern Nazarene College
E
Quincy, MA
 

Eastern Nazarene College

Private 4 Year

0 reviews

1070 Average SAT Composite

Test Optional

 

  • 535enrollment
  • $20,283net price
  • 62%acceptance rate
  • 970-1160SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • 3.21Estimated Avg GPA
Your 1000 SAT
Admission Chance51%

New England Institute of Technology
N
Warwick, RI
 

New England Institute of Technology

Private 4 Year

0 reviews

1030 Average SAT Composite

Test Optional

 

  • 1,895enrollment
  • $33,437net price
  • 74%acceptance rate
  • 920-1140SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA
Your 1000 SAT
Admission Chance70%

University of Connecticut Tri Campus
C
Waterbury, CT
 

University of Connecticut Tri Campus

Public 4 Year

0 reviews

1110 Average SAT Composite

 

 

  • 768enrollment
  • $9,990net price
  • 98%acceptance rate
  • 990-1230SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA
Your 1000 SAT
Admission Chance96%

Saint Joseph's College of Maine
S
Standish, ME
 

Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Private 4 Year

0 reviews

1040 Average SAT Composite

Test Optional

#4 Best Private Colleges in Maine

  • 1,478enrollment
  • $29,625net price
  • 81%acceptance rate
  • 960-1120SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • 3.0Avg GPA
Your 1000 SAT
Admission Chance76%

University of Maine at Farmington
M
Farmington, ME
 

University of Maine at Farmington

Public 4 Year

0 reviews

1120 Average SAT Composite

Test Optional

#2 Best Public Universities in Maine

  • 1,837enrollment
  • $14,486net price
  • 94%acceptance rate
  • 990-1245SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • 3.15Avg GPA
Your 1000 SAT
Admission Chance90%

Boston Baptist College
B
Boston, MA
 

Boston Baptist College

Private 4 Year

0 reviews

1090 Average SAT Composite

Test Optional

 

  • 43enrollment
  • $15,837net price
  • 100%acceptance rate
  • 980-1190SAT range
  • 10-26ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA
Your 1000 SAT

University of Connecticut Hartford Campus
C
Hartford, Connecticut
 

University of Connecticut Hartford Campus

Public 4 Year

0 reviews

1120 Average SAT Composite

 

 

  • 1,535enrollment
  • $11,779net price
  • 97%acceptance rate
  • 1000-1230SAT range
  • 21-28ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA
Your 1000 SAT
Admission Chance94%