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SAT Score Statistics


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National Average SAT ScoreAverage Score
Critical Reading495
Mathematics511
Writing484
SAT Testing StatisticsData
Number of students who took the SAT in 20151,700,000
Number of students who took the PSAT test in 20153,800,000
Percent of SAT test-takers who are part of a minority group33 %
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RankStateAverage Score
1Iowa1813
2Wisconsin1784
3Minnesota1782
4Missouri1779
5Illinois1775
6Michigan1762
7South Dakota1758
8Nebraska1753
9North Dakota1749
10Kansas1734
11Kentucky1707
12Oklahoma1703
13Tennessee1701
14Arkansas1700
15Colorado1698
16Wyoming1685
17Mississippi1680
18Louisiana1676
19Alabama1658
20Utah1657
21New Mexico1633
22Ohio1606
23Montana1602
24Idaho1601
25Washington1563
26New Hampshire1557
27Massachusetts1551
28Oregon1548
29Vermont1543
30Connecticut1535
31Arizona1534
32Alaska1528
33Virginia1522
34California1511
35West Virginia1511
36New Jersey1506
37Maryland1489
38Rhode Island1489
39North Carolina1487
40Nevada1485
41Indiana1484
42Delaware1478
43Pennsylvania1478
44Florida1476
45Texas1468
46New York1466
47Georgia1461
48South Carolina1453
49Hawaii1451
50Maine1391
51DC1379
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: The College Board
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 7, 2016

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