Can someone help me find the online application for the class of 2015

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  1. cmccollum4693

    cmccollum4693 USMA 2015 Appointee

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    A representative told me it should be on my candidate profile, but I don't see it. I'm a junior, and so far I've completed the candidate questionnaire.
     
  2. M2inOR

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    When my son opened his candidate portal during the Spring of 2009 for the Class of 2014, the detailed application info did not appear until August 2009.

    Between the initial opening which established the candidate account on the portal, and the detailed application info that appeared in August, he used the "Contact us" as well as emails to his MALO and field force representative to update his file. SAT/ACT scores were officially sent to West Point using the ACT/College Board "Send your Scores" provisions. He has his school send official transcripts by mail to the Admissions office.

    The types of info he sent were sports participation results, awards, school activities, and community service he had participated in.

    I hope this helps.
     
  3. Mayhemmadness27

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    Yes he is correct, What you need to do now is start completing your congressman's/senator's nomination applications per your region. Most of them have them on their websites which can usually be printed and filled out in nice legible print. As far as 2015 applications, those wouldn't be out yet, you should wait for that in about August, only pre candidate files are open, but have everything compiled including your resume, leadership, service, clubs, athletics and all applicable documents you want admissions to take a look at. Then you will have everything squared away and won't dread getting it all together, or be overwhelmed at the enourmity of the application process; just to forewarn you it is extensive! Hope this helps.
     

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