Famous SAT Scores
We found the following famous people with their alleged famous SAT scores converted to IQ scores. These scores are posted all over the Internet and we lay no claim to the validity of these famous SAT scores and IQ scores. It is interesting to note that Bill Clinton's alleged SAT score is 1032 which translates to an IQ score of 110. We know that can't be right, it's obvious that Bill Clinton has a higher IQ than that. Elsewhere, his IQ score is at 137 which is probably correct given his obvious intelligence.
Another oddity holds true for James Woods. His alleged SAT score is listed as 1579 which translates to an IQ score of 150, but his IQ score is posted all over the Internet at 180 which may be true but questionable. However, James Woods is a verifiable member of Mensa, so it may be true that his IQ score is indeed 180. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Cambridge, Massachusetts where he majored in political science, though he originally planned on a career as a surgeon. He dropped out to pursue his acting career shortly before his scheduled graduation in 1969.
We can only guess that the possibility is that these are true famous SAT scores and the process which converts these scores is flawed. Or the next possibility is perhaps the process is right but it is limited at converting an IQ score from an SAT score higher than 150.
At any rate, it is what it is, and we lay no claim to the validity for any of these scores. However, one thing is for certain, a high SAT score can guarantee you a spot in good colleges and universities; obtain a high SAT score and look for good degree programs at Degree Scout.
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Bill Clinton - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, attended Yale Law School and was a law professor at the University of Arkansas. The SAT scores that we obtained on the Internet lists Clinton's SAT score at 1032 which translates an IQ of 110. This has to be a hoax, the average mean IQ for attorneys is 127 which seems more realistic than an IQ of 110. Elsewhere the Internet lists Clinton's IQ score at 137 which is probably correct.
Al Franken - Al Franken's SAT score was found on the Internet and is listed at 1020 which translate to an IQ of 110. This score has to be incorrect, for he attended Harvard College and earned a degree in Bachelor of Arts. He graduated cum laude "with outstanding honor" in political science. He is currently the junior United States Senator from Minnesota. Franken's IQ is probably in the 120 - 135 range. Though we have no proof of this. We are challenging apparent hoax and misinformation.
Al Gore - Al Gore's SAT score is listed at 1035 which translates into an IQ of 134 which is probably correct. Al Gore enrolled in Harvard College in 1965, initially planning to major in English and write novels, but later deciding to major in government. Gore graduated with an Bachelor of Arts cum laude in June 1969. Moreover, Gore served as the 45th Vice President of the United States (1993 - 2001), under President Bill Clinton. He was the Democratic Party's nominee for President in the 2000 U.S. presidential election.
Ben Stein - Ben Stein's SAT score is listed at 1573 which translates and IQ of 150 which is probably correct given his academic achievements. Ben Stein majored in economics at Columbia University's Columbia College, where he was a member of Alpha Delta Phi society and the Philolexian Society. After graduating with honors from Columbia in 1966, Stein went to Yale Law School and graduated in June 1970. Stein is also noted as an American actor, writer, lawyer, and political commentator. Stein also appears in the TV commercial for Clear Eyes, 2011.
Bill Gates SAT score is listed at 1590 which translates into an IQ score of 151 which is probably correct. Gates graduated from Lakeside School in 1973. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT and enrolled at Harvard College in the autumn of 1973. Gates did not graduate, however, Gates is finally getting his Harvard degree 32 years after he walked away from campus on the path to becoming the world's wealthiest person. Gates, is a billionaire and co-founder of Microsoft. He is also known as a philanthropist and Harvard dropout.
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Bill O'Rielly - Bill O'Rielly's SAT Score is listed at 1585 which translates to an IQ score of 150 which is probably accurate give his academic achievements. After graduating from high school in 1967, O'Reilly attended Marist College. At Marist O'reilly was an honors student where he majored in history. He spent his junior year of college abroad, attending Queen Mary College at the University of London. O'Reilly received his Bachelor of Arts in history in 1971. After graduating from Marist College, O'Reilly moved to Miami, Florida at age 21, where he taught English and history at Monsignor Pace High School from 1970 to 1972. O'Reilly returned to school in 1973 and earned a Master of Arts in broadcast journalism from Boston University. While attending Boston University, he was a reporter and columnist for various local newspapers and alternative news weeklies, including The Boston Phoenix, and did an internship in the newsroom of WBZ-TV. During his time at Boston University, O'Reilly was a classmates with future radio talk show host Howard Stern whom O'Reilly noticed because Stern was the only student on campus taller than him. O'reilly is currently hosting the FOX News show called "The O'Reilly Factor".
Courtney Cox - Courtney Cox's SAT score is listed at 1150 which translates into an IQ score of 122 which is probably correct given the fact that she attended college and had to take the SAT for admission requirements. Cox attended Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.C., but did not complete her architecture course, instead she opted to pursue a career in modeling and acting.
George W. Bush - Bush's SAT score is listed at 1206 which translates into an IQ score of 123. Elsewhere on the Internet, Bush's IQ is listed at 125. He attended Kinkaid School, a prep school in Houston, for two years. Bush finished his high school years at Phillips Academy, a boarding school (then all-male) in Andover, Massachusetts. This is a strange fact: while attending Phills Academy, Bush was the head cheerleader. Bush attended Yale University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history. Beginning in the fall of 1973, Bush attended Harvard Business School where he earned a Master of Business Administration. He is the only U.S. President to have earned an M.B.A.
Howard Stern - Howard Stern's SAT score is listed at 870 which pans out to an IQ score of 99 which seems low given the fact that he graduated from college. Stern attended Boston University in the College of Basic Studies. Later on, Stern gained admission to the School of Public Communications in 1974 and earned a diploma in July 1975 at the Radio Engineering Institute of Electronics in Fredericksburg, Virginia which allowed him to apply for a first class FCC radio-telephone license. He graduated magna cum laude from Boston University in May 1976 with a degree in Communications and now funds a scholarship at the university.
James Woods college SAT score is reported at 1579 which translates to an IQ score of 150 which is probably accurate. Elsewhere on the Internet,Woods IQ is listed at 180 which is extremely high and probably erroneous. Woods attended MIT, where he majored in political science (though he originally planned on a career as a surgeon). While at MIT, Woods pledged to Theta Delta Chi Fraternity. He was also an active member of the student theatre group "Dramashop" where he both acted in and directed a number of plays. He dropped out of MIT 1969 before his graduation in order to pursue a career in acting. Woods has said that he became an actor because of the father of Ben Affleck, Tim Affleck, who was a stage manager at the Theatre Company of Boston while Woods was a student there.
Janeane Garofalo - Janeane Garofalo's SAT score is listed at 950 which translates into an IQ score of 105 which is probably accurate. Garofalo attended Providence College and majored in history and later graduated with degrees in History and American Studies. Garofalo is currently an American comedian and Actress.
Jennifer Ringley - Jennifer Ringley's SAT score is listed at 1400 which pans out to an IQ score of 137. There is not a lot of information available for Ringley. Her most notable achievement was noted was listed as an Internet star where she installed web cams in her house and let viewers monitor her daily activities during the early days of Internet access. Aside from that, she has no other public persona. Ringley earned a degree in Economics at Dickinson College in 1977.
John Kerry - John Kerry's SAT score is listed at 123 which translates to an IQ score of 123 which is probably accurate. Kerry attended Yale University where he majored in political science. After graduating from Boston College Law School, Kerry worked as an Assistant District Attorney and co-founded a private firm. He served as Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts under Michael Dukakis from 1983 to 1985, where he worked on an early forerunner to the national Clean Air Act. Kerry also a ran for office as a democratic presidential candidate in 2004.
Kobe Bryant - Kobe Bryant's SAT score is noted at 1080 which translates to an IQ score of 114 which is correct and listed at Wikipedia. Although Bryant decided to enter the NBA after high school, Kobe states that if he were to go to college, he would have attended Duke University. Kobe Bryant is noted as one of the best basketball stars in the NBA. Since high school graduation, Kobe has played basketball exclusively for the LA Lakers. He was only the sixth player in NBA history to go directly from high school to the pros.
Paul Allen Paul Allen's SAT score is noted at 1600 which translates to an IQ score of 152 which is probably correct. Allen attended Washington State University, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity but dropped out after two years in order to work as a programmer for Honeywell in Boston, placing him near his old friend Bill Gates. Allen later convinced Gates to drop out of Harvard University in order to create Microsoft and now both are billionaires.
Rush Limbaugh - Rush Limbaugh's SAT score is listed at 1530 and translates into an IQ score of 137 which is probably accurate. Limbaugh graduated from Cape Girardeau, Missouri Central High School in 1969. Because of his parents' desire to see him attend college, he enrolled in Southeast Missouri State University but left the school after two semesters. According to his mother, "he flunked everything", and "he just didn't seem interested in anything except radio."
Scott McNealy - Scott McNealy's SAT score is listed at 1420 which translates into an IQ score of 139 which is probably accurate. McNealy attended Harvard University and majored in economics. McNealy was a co-founder Sun Microsystems.
Amy Tan - Amy Tan's SAT score was noted to be in the 1110 range which translates into a possible IQ score between 117 and 127 which seems a bit low given her academic achievements. This score is based on the Standford Binet Intelligence Scale. Tan received her bachelor's and master's degrees in English and linguistics from San Jose State University, and later did doctoral linguistics studies at UC Santa Cruz and UC Berkeley. Tan has authored several books and Tan's first novel was on the 1989's New York Times bestseller The Joy Luck Club.For more college SAT scores information, refer to: Are My SAT Scores Good Enough?
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