Hello, I am currently a sophomore in HS. Around last year, I started looking into attending a service academy, after a kid from my school got a nomination for USMA. I was looking into the Navy after realizing the opportunities I had for travel, and also, I felt it was the best place to put a (future) engineering degree into action. Academically, I think I might be on track. I take as many advanced classes as I can, and I'm currently maintaining a 3.7 UW GPA, and a 3.95~ Weighted. Our school doesn't rank at all, but I should be in the top 15-20%. I'm in the school's engineering program, where I'm taking different Engineering classes like Computer Modelling and Electronic Principles. As far as Awards and Extra-Curriculars go, I feel that I have accomplished alot in the few that I have. I received an award in Biology for the research I did last year, and hope to do better this year. I've been doing robotics for 5 years, and qualified for the World Championship tournament this year. I lead a photography club with 30~ members, and volunteered alot with my Congressman (alumni from my HS). It was his first campaign too, so I have a good relationship with him. I've also played the piano for 6 years, and will receive my professional certification before I graduate. Physically is where I'm concerned. I did karate for 8 years, and got my first-degree black belt, registered in Japan and everything, however I never competed anywhere. I also played JV/V tennis, and will probably receive a most improved player award for my improvement this year. Basically, not a whole bunch leadership wise or competitive here. I speak 5 languages due to my upbringing/interest in languages. My parents are first-generation Americans, and I am also a naturalized citizen from India. Where is my application weak, and how can I improve?