How well did you do on your SAT as you were applying for college?
For some, their SAT scores were pitiful – often discussed in subsequent college or job interviews by someone who “just doesn’t test well”.
Yes, the SAT can be a numbing experience, and there can be a lot of pressure on folks to do well as a lot of future plans rely on the SAT for advancing beyond mediocrity.
That’s not to say that everyone who does poorly on the SAT does poorly in life – but there is proof that doing well on the SAT does help you along the way.
Let’s take a look at some CELEBRITY SAT SCORES and see how you stack up against them – and remember, these were all on a scale where 1600 was considered perfect:
- Scarlett Johansson – 1080
- Courtney Cox – 1100
- Kesha (or Ke$ha, if you haven’t yet dropped the “$”) – 1500
- Bill Clinton – 1020
- Rush Limbaugh – 1530
- Bill Gates – 1600
- Alex Rodriquez – 910
- Bill Cosby – “under 500”
- Natalie Portman – 1400
- Peyton Manning – 1030
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