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American International College

Your Combined ACT:
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at AIC
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Your Chances at AIC
(on SAT score alone)
# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
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Students who got into AIC:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (3), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (0)
A high school kid who got all 60's andMay 24 2010Communications
A high school kid who got all 60's and barely pass can get into this college it is not worth it if you have other options go there and dont waste your time and these courses not all can be transferred
I got good grades honor roll high act andMar 24 2010Communications
I got good grades honor roll high act and sat this college lets everyone in
I'm a transfer studentFeb 09 2010Nursing
I'm a transfer student. I went to see a transfer counselor (Pauline Mortenson) who made my transition from a community college to AIC rather easy. I was able to get scholarships for my GPA, joint admissions,Alumni scholarship, as well as an endowed award and an AIC grant. That made tuition a lot less for me, but I would of liked to have been informed about the ACE Program assistance to help find grants/scholarships for students that are 1st in their family to go to college...). I recommend that students make sure their grades are good (because this will help with tuition costs!!), make sure that you have a couple letters of recommendation from possibly a professor, and make sure that you write legibly on your application!! Penmenship is a must when filling out an application! Other than that, make an appointment to visit the school to get a feel for it; the pictures on our website really do not do any justice- when you come for a visit, you can speak with a counselor and get a tour from a STUDENT- who better to get info from than a student?
To get in to AIC, I just kept being myselfFeb 09 2010Education
To get in to AIC, I just kept being myself. It is very important to be yourself when applying to a school so they can know how to help you find your strong points and help you like the school better. It's also a great idea to be friendly and accepting, as AIC holds many cultures and houses students from all over the world.
SAT: 1700 Female
I got in based on high school transcript andFeb 09 2010Accounting
I got in based on high school transcript and application
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