cfa @2 different summer programs

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  1. SA2017

    SA2017 Member

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    If I take the CFA at USMA SLS and then two weeks later at USNA NASS-which CFA is used?
     
  2. nuensis

    nuensis USNA 2016

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    USNA uses the NASS CFA, USMA uses the SLS CFA. Not sure if you can switch them around or anything, I never tried it (my scores were just about the same both times).
     
  3. BillSL

    BillSL USMA Class of 2016

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    You CAN switch around, but it's your responsibility to ask that to the respective admissions offices to forward to the other academy - and it's also YOUR responsibility to make sure the other SA got the scores.
     
  4. cj131222

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    That was actually my situation this past summer. I took the CFA at West Point's SLS and did OK, but two weeks later i did much better at USNA's summer seminar CFA. When I went on my West Point portal all I had to do was send a message to them saying that I took the CFA at Navy and that I wanted West Point to get those scores. 2 days later my new CFA scores were in my portal.
     
  5. westpolisgirl2

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    i can also vouch for this :)... good luck!
     
  6. Davidk6813

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    Fitness scores

    Any idea what percentage of candidates max out on all events?

    What is the hardest event to max out at?

    Thanks
     
  7. Art.Perea

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    I can tell you that when I last tested myself I maxed the pull ups and the mile run and everything else I scored just above average. So I recommend making sure you can at least score average on everything then build up from there one event at a time. That is how I did it.

    The hardest event varies from person to person. For me, running is cake and I wrestle so pushups and sits ups aren't difficult either. What gets me is the basket ball throw because I am not used to throwing and the shuttle run because I am a distance runner, not a sprinter. So figure out what your weakest event is and work on it, a lot.
     

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