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South Carolina Colleges for a low SAT score


Getting into college in South Carolina with a low SAT score.

Test taking is stressful. Not everyone rocks their SAT test. A low score doesn't mean you can't get into college. We've prepared a list of all selective admission, four year South Carolina colleges which are likely to accept students who scored in the lower fifty percentile on the SAT. Based on school admission history, an applicant with a lower than average SAT has a good chance to get into these 22 schools. Schools are listed in order from low SAT score to highest.

Filter colleges for low SAT scores by state
College SAT 25th% SAT 75th%
University of South Carolina Union - South Carolina 870 1050  Chance
South Carolina State University - South Carolina 920 1060  Chance
University of South Carolina Salkehatchie - South Carolina 900 1070  Chance
Spartanburg Methodist College - South Carolina 910 1120  Chance
Columbia International University - South Carolina 920 1140  Chance
Francis Marion University - South Carolina 950 1150  Chance
University of South Carolina Beaufort - South Carolina 1010 1160  Chance
Coker College - South Carolina 1000 1170  Chance
Lander University - South Carolina 1020 1170  Chance
University of South Carolina Sumter - South Carolina 990 1170  Chance
University of South Carolina Upstate - South Carolina 1000 1170  Chance
Erskine College and Seminary - South Carolina 1040 1180  Chance
Limestone College - South Carolina 1040 1180  Chance
University of South Carolina Lancaster - South Carolina 1000 1180  Chance
Columbia College - South Carolina 1030 1190  Chance
University of South Carolina Aiken - South Carolina 1000 1190  Chance
Claflin University - South Carolina 860 1200  Chance
Newberry College - South Carolina 1000 1200  Chance
Converse College - South Carolina 1050 1230  Chance
Bob Jones University - South Carolina 1040 1260  Chance
Winthrop University - South Carolina 1060 1270  Chance
North Greenville University - South Carolina 1010 1330  Chance