2nd Semester Grades?

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  1. MEcandidate

    MEcandidate New Member

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    Hello,
    I am a part of USNA Class of 2018, and was wondering if I am supposed to send in my 2nd semester college transcripts to Navy, as USNA has not asked for them. Thanks!
     
  2. 1964BGO

    1964BGO Member

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    If you've got them send them.
     
  3. Memphis9489

    Memphis9489 Parent

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    If a candidate already has an appointment and there is no specific requirement to submit 2nd semester grades (which I do not believe there is), why do it?

    Isn't one of the instructions, among the many included with the Permit-to-Permit, a requirement to send the academy your final transcript? That should cover the 2nd semester grades. I see no reason to do anything special beyond what is required.

    I always say, "Once appointed, do only those things that are specifically required - nothing more, nothing less."

    Once you've received an appointment - stop competing for an appointment! There is no reason to either "sweeten the pot" or "confess your sins".

    If your 2nd semester grades are super-duper. So what? You've already earned an appointment.

    If your 2nd semester grades are poor - let THEM figure that out! Even if they are poor, it hardly ever makes any difference anyway ... provided you graduate.
     
  4. navydad17

    navydad17 Member

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    Actually, I think USNA requests them directly from your school. Last year our DS never sent them in, but somehow they were acquired by the USNA.
     
  5. K-Hawk1903

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    I'd send them in for the purpose of aiding in class validation. You never know what could help in the long run.


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