GRE Cutoffs for US Universities
The GRE score is one of many parameters in admission and is not the single most important factor. Most US Universities do not have a GRE cutoff. But at the same time no University likes to admit students with low scores on the GRE General test. As you can see in the table below, if your target is a good Engineering program, GRE Quant should be approximately 750. For getting into Universities ranked below 50, 1100 is a decent GRE score, if your academic record is good. Again, it is more important to have a higher quant score.
Some Universities post last years minimum or average GRE score in their FAQ pages. Be sure to read that before deciding on where you want to apply. If your undergraduate University is not very reputable and your own academic record is not stellar, then the importance of scoring well in GRE increases.