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September 5, 2008

2008 Georgia SAT scores

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 26, 2008

Georgia's average score on the SAT college admissions exam fell for the second consecutive year, according to results released Aug. 26, 2008.

The state's results dropped by six points to 1,466. But the national average held steady at 1,511 -- 45 points higher than Georgia's average, according to the College Board, which administers the test. A perfect score is 2,400.

Search our database of SAT scores for Georgia high schools. Scores are the averages for 2008 seniors on the last test they took.  Click here.

Scores are provided by the College Board. Some schools and school systems find errors in the data and ask for corrections from the College Board. Contact your local system officials to see if any corrections were made to their SAT Scores.

District

 

 

Verbal

Math

 

 

# Taking

School Name

 

 

Writing

Total

Test

Butts

Jackson High School

443

453

449

1345

86

Greene

Greene County High School

419

426

434

1279

54

Jasper

Jasper County High School

445

432

437

1314

43

Jones

Jones County High School

488

477

466

1431

146

Morgan

Morgan County High School

465

469

449

1383

117

Newton

Alcovy High School

456

465

451

1372

106

Newton

Eastside High School

478

472

469

1419

86

Newton

Newton High School

464

473

452

1389

125

Putnam

Putnam County High School

427

431

441

1299

58

Walton

Monroe High School

436

452

435

1323

131

Walton

Loganville High School

477

487

459

1423

255

STATE

 

 

 

 

1,466

 

NATIONAL

 

 

 

 

1,511

 

Georgia SAT scores drop again
By LAURA DIAMOND, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Along with the drop in score, Georgia’s national ranking slipped one position
to No. 47.
Read entire story –click here


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