Admissions Eligibility

Admissions Eligibility

The American Institute of Healthcare and Technology

The American Institute of Healthcare and Technology offers admission to students who meet certain requirements. AIHT’s admission requirements are put in place to ensure students achieve academic excellence in their program of choice.

The minimum academic standard students must attain to be considered for admission into AIHT includes, but is not limited to a high school diploma or GED.

To be eligible for admission, you must:

  • Attend a counseling session with an AIHT advisor
  • Finalize payment options with the Financial Assistance Department
  • Submit proof of high school graduation (diploma, transcripts, degree)
  • Submit Physical Examination Report within a week of class start date
  • Pass an admission test
  • Submit 2 page, double spaced Statement of Purpose Essay
  • Submit two forms of photo identification
  • Pay the program registration fee
  • Complete all necessary enrollment documents

Admission Test

AIHT Education is partnered with  ACCUPLACER, an integrated system of computer-adaptive assessments designed to evaluate students’ skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. Admission test is comprises of two computer adaptive assessment – Arithmetic & Reading Comprehension Test.

The Arithmetic Test evaluates your aptitude to perform basic arithmetic operations and solve problems using fundamental concepts.  For sample questions click here.

Reading Comprehension Test evaluates your capability to understand what you read, what you infer, and how you distinguish between direct statements and secondary ideas. For sample questions click here.

You will be allowed 1 hour for each test.  You will have a 10 minute break after finishing the first test.

Your score on both of the exams determines your placement. It is advised to practice and prepare prior to taking the test. AIHT allows students to retake the admissions test if first attempt is unsuccessful.

1. Take the sample tests so that you are sure to do your best.
2. Schedule an appointment.
3. Come in well rested and prepared to do your best.


Students who wish to enroll in the Sonography programs may be required to attend an additional interview with school director. Interviews are both informative and evaluative: they allow you to learn more about the program, while providing the director with an opportunity to ask you additional questions on behalf of the Office of Admissions. Interviews for Sonography Students will be held on the day of the admissions test.