Montana College SAT and ACT Scores Statistics

For the academic year 2019-2020, 1,975 students (25.86% of 5,744 enrolled students) have submitted SAT scores and 3,650 students (66.43% of enrolled students) have submitted ACT scores to admit Montana colleges.
The average SAT scores of Montana colleges is 1,097 and the average ACT score (composite score) is 22 for academic year 2019-2020. The SAT and ACT statistics is based on IPEDS admission data and the data is mostly focused on the 4 years colleges. Therefore, the test scores are for the 4 years colleges other than community colleges and career/vocational schools.

2020 Montana Colleges Test Scores Comparison Table

The following table lists Montana colleges with average SAT and ACT scores along with scores in 25th and 75th percentile. As mentioned above, only 4-years colleges are included in this table. The values in each SAT/ACT subject columns are the score range from 25th to 75th percentile for each subject.
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All SchoolsPublicPrivate4-Years CollegeCommunity CollegesCareer Colleges
College NameSAT AverageSAT Evidence based Reading & WritingSAT MathACT AverageACT CompositeACT EnglishACT Math
Carroll College
Helena, MT
Private, 4 years
four-years
1,190550-650540-6402522-2721-2720-26
University of Providence
Great Falls, MT
Private, 4 years
four-years
920470-530360-4802016-2314-2116-24
Montana Technological University
Butte, MT
Public, 4 years
four-years
1,203530-640580-6552421-2720-2522-27
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT
Public, 4 years
four-years
1,205550-660540-6602521-2820-2720-27
The University of Montana
Missoula, MT
Public, 4 years
four-years
1,145540-630510-6102420-2719-2618-26
Rocky Mountain College
Billings, MT
Private, 4 years
four-years
1,028463-580455-5582118-2417-2318-25
The University of Montana-Western
Dillon, MT
Public, 4 years
four-years
1,005460-570430-5501916-2114-2116-22
Average1,097--22---