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Class Profile

Summary Profile Class of 2025

The Class of 2025 reported to the Academy on Friday, 09 July 2021.  The total incoming class was 284.  The following is a brief summary:

  2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Applications
1850 1866 1693 1758 1790
Nominations
1540 1607 1579 1494 1492
Incomplete Applications
1097 1124 881 949 1053
Met Selection Criteria
483 557 582 593 538
Not Academically Qualified
183 115 133 122 18
Medically Disqualified
66 67 80 48 100
Declined Appointment
109 110 113 149 151
Appointments Offered
411 408 421 428 451
Plebe Candidates Reporting In
279* 280* 280 281 284

*Includes International Students

 
  2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Female Representation
13.2% 22.9% 26.4% 17.4% 17.2%
Diversity Representation
19.7% 20% 18.9% 19.5% 23.9%
Appointed from Prep Program
17 6 14 14 22
 
Standardized Test Scores:
         
SAT Critical Reading Mean
630 638 632 623 NA**
SAT Math Mean
638 643 646 640 NA**
Composite Score Mean
1268 1281 1278 1263 NA**

**USMMA did not consider standardized tests for the Class of 2025 

Last updated: Tuesday, September 14, 2021

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