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Brown, RISD top local schools for SAT scores by class of 2017

The 2013-14 freshmen at Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design scored highest in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts on SAT tests required for admission, according to the latest data available from the U.S. Department of Education.

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Brown, RISD top local schools for SAT scores by class of 2017

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WASHINGTON – The 2013-14 freshmen at Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design scored highest in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts on SAT tests, according to the latest data available from the U.S. Department of Education.

SAT scores for critical reading, math and writing ranging from the 25th to the 75th percentile for each school were supplied by the federal agency. The score at the 25th percentile meant that 25 percent of students scored at or below that level, while the score at the 75th percentile indicated that 25 percent of students scored at or above that level.

SAT scores were not provided by Johnson & Wales University, Roger Williams University or Wheaton College, which do not require them. The Community College of Rhode Island and New England Institute of Technology have open admissions, so there was no data reported.

The information can be found by visiting www.nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator, plugging in the school name, choosing the state, and public or private nonprofit institutions, and searching under “admissions” statistics within the database on the National Center for Education Statistics website.

The Brown statistics, for instance are HERE.

The following table lists the scores for schools in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, ranked by the halfway point between the 25th and 75th percentiles. In addition, the Education Department listed the total number of applicants and the percentage of admitted applicants who enrolled, with rankings based on the percentage yield (those offered admission who enrolled at the school):

STUDENT SAT PERFORMANCE

School/Subject matter, 25th percentile score, 75th percentile score

Brown University

  • Reading, 660, 760

  • Math, 670, 780

  • Writing, 670, 770

Rhode Island School of Design

  • Reading, 530, 670

  • Math, 560, 710

  • Writing, 550, 690

Providence College

  • Reading, 520, 620

  • Math, 530, 640

  • Writing, 530, 640

Stonehill College

  • Reading, 510, 610

  • Math, 520, 620

  • Writing, 510, 620

Bryant University

  • Reading, 510, 590

  • Math, 540, 630

  • Writing, 500, 590

Salve Regina University

  • Reading, 510, 590

  • Math, 510, 600

  • Writing, 505, 600

University of Rhode Island

  • Reading, 480, 580

  • Math, 490, 590

  • Writing, 480, 580

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

  • Reading, 470, 570

  • Math, 490, 590

  • Writing, 460, 560

Rhode Island College

  • Reading, 410, 520

  • Math, 410, 520

  • Writing, 410, 520

ADMITTED STUDENT YIELD

School, No. of applicants, Percentage of admitted students who enrolled

Brown University, 28,919, 58%

Rhode Island School of Design, 3,215, 52%

Rhode Island College, 4,492, 34%

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 8,063, 25%

Johnson & Wales University, 12,364, 22%

Bryant University, 6,013, 19%

University of Rhode Island, 19,824, 19%

Providence College, 9,660, 18%

Wheaton College, 3,944, 18%

Roger Williams University, 9,021, 15%

Salve Regina University, 5,070, 14%

Stonehill College, 6,548, 13%

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