Charles H. Dyson AEM - Early

<p>So last year there were 104 freshmen accepted.</p>

<p>So would it be safe to assume that about 30 students would be accepted for ED?</p>

<p>In that case, I would assume that there will be at least 3 athletes going to AEM and about 3 in-states (contract college). If you take into consideration perhaps like 4 students from international, it leaves only about 20 slots for domestic non New York state residents.</p>

<p>Is this a reasonable assumption? If so, for big states like California or Texas, and academic states like MA or CT, there will be only about 2 students accepted (and others just one or even none..). </p>

<p>Does this make any sense? If so it would make AEM one of the most competitive programs in the Ivies for ED...</p>

<p>I mean the school will technically over admit for a bit to take into consideration kids who will not attend in RD.. But for ED, it looks like 30-35 sounds about right..</p>

<p>300 views and no reply… Anyone?</p>

<p>I could definitely agree with that. You also have to factor in legacies, who probably hold some more weight than in-staters. Both the legacies and the athletes are most likely to get in ED for more obvious reasons.</p>

<p>Oh yes I forgot about the legacies… Of course.</p>

<p>Urgg yeah it seems that I not only have to be the best in my school, but essentially from entire MA… URG…</p>

<p>A friend of mine is an athlete committed to cornell, got into AEM, from NY.</p>

<p>i just got accepted ED into AEM</p>

<p>*A friend of mine is an athlete committed to cornell, got into AEM, from NY. *</p>

<p>Sounds about right. Even a program as “selective” as AEM takes many athletes.</p>