Top National Universities

Check out the top national universities and estimate the chance to get it.

Stanford University is ranked top in the Top National Universities ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Harvard University and Princeton University are ranked second and third places. A national university is a 4-years colleges that offers various programs through doctorate degrees.
The average SAT average score of the Top 10 National Universities is 1,519 and ACT average scores is 103. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 6% and the average graduation rate is 95%. The average tuition & fees are $56,066 at the Top 10 National Universities.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Stanford University (100.0)Private,4 yearsStanford, California 1,505 (SAT)
101 (ACT)
4% $53,529 17,381 94%
2Harvard University (98.2)Private,4 yearsCambridge, Massachusetts 1,515 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
5% $51,925 31,566 98%
3Princeton University (96.6)Private,4 yearsPrinceton, New Jersey 1,515 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
6% $52,800 8,374 96%
4Massachusetts Institute of Technology (96.6)Private,4 yearsCambridge, Massachusetts 1,540 (SAT)
106 (ACT)
7% $53,790 11,574 94%
5Columbia University in the City of New York (96.1)Private,4 yearsNew York, New York 1,505 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
5% $61,788 31,077 96%
6Yale University (96.1)Private,4 yearsNew Haven, Connecticut 1,515 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
6% $55,500 13,433 97%
7California Institute of Technology (96.1)Private,4 yearsPasadena, California 1,545 (SAT)
107 (ACT)
6% $54,600 2,233 92%
8University of Chicago (95.5)Private,4 yearsChicago, Illinois 1,535 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
6% $60,552 17,002 94%
9University of Pennsylvania (94.1)Private,4 yearsPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania 1,505 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
8% $57,770 25,860 95%
10Brown University (93.8)Private,4 yearsProvidence, Rhode Island 1,505 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
7% $58,404 10,257 95%
Average1,519 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
6% $56,066 16,87695.10%
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