I searched for opinions on this but couldn't find anything in recent history so here goes. Are the admissions presentations given several times a day worthwhile? DS (rising junior) has a reasonably good idea of what to expect from close relatives that attended USNA so I'm trying to decide if it's worth the trip to head up for one of these. He plans to apply to attend NASS but I get the feeling this is really competitive. To make things worse, he is limited to the third session because he has finals during the second NASS session and is still in classes for the first so I would guess that makes it even harder to get into. He will have many AP courses and should be able to validate more (5 yrs of Spanish, 4 yrs of Chinese, and several math courses beyond calculus) so he has questions about the courses he could take as a plebe, opportunities for double majors (Chinese & Mechanical Engineering??) and/or possibly a master's degree. I can't get a feel for whether the admissions presentations will give an opportunity for such specific questions. Has anyone been to these and have any input?