Massachusetts Best Colleges

Check out the best colleges in Massachusetts and estimate chance to get it.

Harvard University is ranked top in the Massachusetts Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Williams College are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Massachusetts Best Colleges is 1,461 and ACT average scores is 99. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 17% and the average graduation rate is 92%. The average tuition & fees are $56,113 at the 10 Massachusetts Best Colleges.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Harvard University (98.2)Private,4 yearsCambridge, Massachusetts 1,515 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
5% $51,925 31,566 98%
2Massachusetts Institute of Technology (96.6)Private,4 yearsCambridge, Massachusetts 1,540 (SAT)
106 (ACT)
7% $53,790 11,574 94%
3Williams College (90.7)Private,4 yearsWilliamstown, Massachusetts 1,480 (SAT)
101 (ACT)
13% $57,280 2,149 95%
4Amherst College (90.5)Private,4 yearsAmherst, Massachusetts 1,415 (SAT)
96 (ACT)
11% $58,640 1,855 93%
5Tufts University (89.9)Private,4 yearsMedford, Massachusetts 1,465 (SAT) 15% $58,578 11,586 93%
6Wellesley College (89.5)Private,4 yearsWellesley, Massachusetts 1,445 (SAT)
97 (ACT)
22% $56,052 2,534 92%
7Boston University (88.7)Private,4 yearsBoston, Massachusetts 1,425 (SAT)
95 (ACT)
19% $55,892 34,657 88%
8Boston College (88.7)Private,4 yearsChestnut Hill, Massachusetts 1,420 (SAT)
97 (ACT)
27% $57,910 14,720 92%
9Northeastern University (88.6)Private,4 yearsBoston, Massachusetts 1,465 (SAT)
100 (ACT)
18% $53,506 21,627 88%
10Brandeis University (87.8)Private,4 yearsWaltham, Massachusetts 1,435 (SAT)
95 (ACT)
30% $57,561 5,800 88%
Average1,461 (SAT)
99 (ACT)
17% $56,113 13,80792.10%
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