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    60 points above

    My scores for college entrance exams are 661. The average admission score line for college is 601. It is required in English by my desired college that "my scores should be at least 60 points above the average admission score line".


    What does the underlined sentence mean?

    Am I narrowly qualified(601+60) or should I have at least a score of 662?

    Thanks!

    Jason
    Last edited by jasonlulu_2000; 23-Jun-2016 at 14:13.

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    Re: 60 points above

    You got the minimum acceptable score. 60 points above 601 is 661, and you achieved that.
    I am not a teacher.

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