2250 SAT and 3.6 GPA – what type of Academic Scholarships are out there?
Break out on the scores:
Critical Reading 740 score range: 710 – 770
Math 760 score range: 730 – 790
Writing 750 score range: 710 – 770
I should point out too that Annette/Anni didn’t understand the SAT scores (I don’t understand the ranges you give either, but a 2250 is an excellent score, equivalent to a 1500 under the old two-part system). A 3.6, on the other hand, is NOT considered outstanding these days; I can tell you that most of the applicants for our top scholarships have GPAs above a 3.9, with many over 4.0 (since many top students come in with AP credits which are based upon a 5-point scale). Still, as I suggested earlier, it is worth a try, since you never know what a donor may have specified or what the school may need.
However, his 3.6 GPA is right up there with the best. It’s considered anywhere from a A- to a B+.
Whether or not your son is or was the best, there is plenty of money out there being offered in the form of scholarship financial aid.
I recommend that you do what I did and google search Colleges -Financial Aid. A whole host of Colleges offering scholarships will come up as choices.
Does your son have any superior athletic ability? Because if he does, then your opportunities are endless.
It doesn’t matter what state he’s in either, since you mentioned that he’s in Ohio. Because that is not a criteria for scholarships.
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