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Top Colleges In Each State

Can you guess the top college in each State based off data and statistics.
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Last updated: April 27, 2020
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SAT Range
%
College
State
1130-1310
84%
Auburn University
Alabama
N/A
71%
Alaska - Southeast
Alaska
1120-1350
84%
Arizona State University
Arizona
1110-1280
66%
Univesity of Arkansas
Arkansas
1390-1540
5%
Stanford University
California
1220-1430
15%
Colorado College
Colorado
1460-1580
7%
Yale University
Connecticut
1130-1330
63%
University of Delaware
Delaware
1350-1520
16%
Georgetown University
D.C.
1240-1400
42%
University of Florida
Florida
1350-1520
22%
Emory University
Georgia
1090-1250
37%
BYU - Hawaii
Hawaii
1010-1230
73%
University of Idaho
Idaho
1420-1560
9%
Northwestern University
Illinois
1370-1520
19%
University of Notre Dame
Indiana
1310-1510
29%
Grinnell College
Iowa
N/A
93%
University of Kansas
Kansas
1080-1330
96%
University of Kentucky
Kentucky
1330-1490
21%
Tulane University
Louisiana
1360-1510
14%
Bowdoin College
Maine
1450-1570
13%
Johns Hopkins University
Maryland
1490-1570
7%
MIT
Massachusetts
1330-1500
27%
Michigan - Ann Arbor
Michigan
1360-1530
21%
Carleton College
Minnesota
960-1260
62%
Mississippi State University
Mississippi
1470-1570
16%
Washington - St. Louis
Missouri
SAT Range
%
College
State
1090-1300
83%
Montana State University
Montana
1100-1380
64%
Nebraska - Lincoln
Nebraska
1070-1260
88%
Nevada - Reno
Nevada
1430-1560
10%
Dartmouth College
New Hampshire
1430-1570
6%
Princeton University
New Jersey
1190-1390
22%
New Mexico Tech
New Mexico
1410-1570
7%
Columbia University
New York
1380-1540
10%
Duke University
North Carolina
1060-1330
92%
North Dakota State
North Dakota
1260-1460
34%
Kenyon College
Ohio
1150-1440
39%
University of Tulsa
Oklahoma
1310-1500
36%
Reed College
Oregon
1420-1560
9%
University of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
1400-1570
8%
Brown University
Rhode Island
1220-1390
47%
Clemson University
South Carolina
1070-1290
68%
Augustana University
South Dakota
1440-1570
11%
Vanderbilt University
Tennessee
1490-1580
16%
Rice University
Texas
1210-1410
52%
Brigham Young University
Utah
1320-1510
17%
Middlebury College
Vermont
1310-1500
27%
University of Virginia
Virginia
1190-1420
46%
University of Washington
Washington
1020-1210
72%
West Virginia University
West Virginia
1280-1450
54%
University of Wisconsin
Wisconsin
1040-1290
97%
University of Wyoming
Wyoming
1 Comments
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Level 44
Jul 28, 2021
Can you accept more abbreviated names? And Harvard should be for Mass, and UChicago should be for Illinois