Candidate Fitness Assessment

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  1. Pippip

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    Hello, I'm applying to the Naval Academy, and have a question and CFA. Who normally supervises the test? Is it your BGO or a PE teacher from your school? If it is a PE teacher, what should I do since school's out, and I don't know how to contact any of them?
     
  2. rayquad

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    It can be Physical Education Teachers, Military Academy Liaison Offi cers, Military Offi cers or Noncommissioned Offi cers, Professors of Military Science, or J/ROTC Instructors. My school has contact info on the school website, so you could try that. Or you can contact your BGO. He or she can either help you contact someone at your school or get the situation squared away in another way. Or if you know how to contact a school official, or really any teacher because they might also know how to contact other teachers (e.g. counselor, principal, etc.) you can ask one of them how to contact a PE teacher.
     
  3. Pippip

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    Ok thanks for the help. I think I'll contact my BGO and see what he recommends.
     
  4. Ectriso

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    It can also be a coach from a school sport.
     
  5. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    Your BGO can administer the CFA. However, as a practical matter, it's probably easier for a PE teacher or coach to do it as they have better access to the facilities. You need a pullup bar and a track or other measured distance and those are usually found at schools.
     
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    Our track is outdoors, and has a pull-up bar on the shed out side. So we don't need to get inside the school.
     

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