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Virginia Colleges for a low SAT score


Getting into college in Virginia 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 Virginia 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 23 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%
Virginia State University - Virginia 900 1090  Chance
Virginia Intermont College - Virginia 870 1100  Chance
Virginia Union University - Virginia 900 1100  Chance
Averett University - Virginia 910 1110  Chance
Norfolk State University - Virginia 920 1120  Chance
Ferrum College - Virginia 930 1140  Chance
Bluefield College - Virginia 950 1150  Chance
Southern Virginia University - Virginia 880 1160  Chance
Hampton University - Virginia 1060 1190  Chance
The University of Virginia's College at Wise - Virginia 1020 1190  Chance
Longwood University - Virginia 1040 1210  Chance
Marymount University - Virginia 1040 1210  Chance
Jefferson College of Health Sciences - Virginia 1010 1230  Chance
Virginia Wesleyan College - Virginia 1030 1230  Chance
Bridgewater College - Virginia 1050 1240  Chance
Emory and Henry College - Virginia 1070 1240  Chance
Eastern Mennonite University - Virginia 1070 1240  Chance
University of Lynchburg - Virginia 1080 1250  Chance
Sweet Briar College - Virginia 1070 1250  Chance
Regent University - Virginia 1010 1260  Chance
Randolph College - Virginia 1030 1260  Chance
Mary Baldwin College - Virginia 1030 1270  Chance
Old Dominion University - Virginia 1060 1270  Chance