SAT Score Statistics

National Average SAT Score Average Score
Critical Reading 495
Mathematics 511
Writing 484
SAT Testing Statistics Data
Number of students who took the SAT in 2015 1,700,000
Number of students who took the PSAT test in 2015 3,800,000
Percent of SAT test-takers who are part of a minority group 33 %
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Rank State Average Score
1 Iowa 1813
2 Wisconsin 1784
3 Minnesota 1782
4 Missouri 1779
5 Illinois 1775
6 Michigan 1762
7 South Dakota 1758
8 Nebraska 1753
9 North Dakota 1749
10 Kansas 1734
11 Kentucky 1707
12 Oklahoma 1703
13 Tennessee 1701
14 Arkansas 1700
15 Colorado 1698
16 Wyoming 1685
17 Mississippi 1680
18 Louisiana 1676
19 Alabama 1658
20 Utah 1657
21 New Mexico 1633
22 Ohio 1606
23 Montana 1602
24 Idaho 1601
25 Washington 1563
26 New Hampshire 1557
27 Massachusetts 1551
28 Oregon 1548
29 Vermont 1543
30 Connecticut 1535
31 Arizona 1534
32 Alaska 1528
33 Virginia 1522
34 California 1511
35 West Virginia 1511
36 New Jersey 1506
37 Maryland 1489
38 Rhode Island 1489
39 North Carolina 1487
40 Nevada 1485
41 Indiana 1484
42 Delaware 1478
43 Pennsylvania 1478
44 Florida 1476
45 Texas 1468
46 New York 1466
47 Georgia 1461
48 South Carolina 1453
49 Hawaii 1451
50 Maine 1391
51 DC 1379
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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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