AIM Acceptance Rates

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  1. stingre

    stingre Member

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    Does anyone know the percentage of AIMsters being accepted?
    What is the percentage of female AIMsters accepted?
     
  2. texmech6565

    texmech6565 Member

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    Use that search engine

    Search for statistics :thumb: it's all in here somewhere.
    When I was curious about this I saw numbers between 30-40% I don't know about female numbers though.

    If your on the fence, my opinion is, it's a worthy indicator of interest for the admissions board to see. But definatly not a deal breaker. My DS went "all in" and did anything he could to show his commitment to the CGA. It worked! :smile:
     
  3. AuxNoob

    AuxNoob CGA Admissions Partner

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    Is your question about percentage of applicants being accepted into AIM? Or percentage of AIMsters accepted as cadets?
     
  4. LineInTheSand

    LineInTheSand USCGA 2006

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    If you do not attend AIM or are not accepted to AIM, do not let that get you down when you apply to CGA. Many many cadets never went to AIM. I wasn't aware AIM (or MITE, the time) existed as a junior in high school.
     
  5. stingre

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    Percentage of AIMsters accepted as swabs? Also is there a higher percentage of female AIMsters accepted than male AIMsters. I submit that there may be becaused it seemed that about 25% of session I was female.
     
  6. jpheiser

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    When we visited the Academy to pick up our son from AIM, the admissions briefing we got stated that having attended AIM may have a minor impact on the cadet candidate's application, but it's really a much more comprehensive process. AIM is more a try-before-you-buy for potential cadets than a screen process for the Coast Guard.
     

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