CFA Results

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by Tds411, Dec 21, 2014.

  1. Tds411

    Tds411 Member

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    I took the CFA a week and a half ago. I heard that it is a pass or fail test. Do you receive a response from USNA whether or not you passed or failed? Or do you not hear from that at all?


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  2. runorrun

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    From what I've heard, if you fail it, USNA will tell you. It is pass/fail, but I believe there's also a scale of how well you do if you pass it (like how you have a point-system for the PFT).


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  3. williamsrn

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    Contact your BGO. He can tell you if you passed or failed.


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  4. TotheTop

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    you should know if you passed or failed, just google the requirements. In my experience you will not hear back from them, they will just use your test for your packet and weigh it accordingly.
     
  5. MarineDadHopefulNavySon

    MarineDadHopefulNavySon Member

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    BGO?

    We contacted our BGO regarding this and he told us the BGO's do now know if the candidate passes or fails the CFA. Can any current/former BGO's comment on this?
     
  6. MJP

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    If you did the minimums then you did not "fail" the test but minimums are not what USNA is looking for.

    You should prepare yourself to be able to max out(get best score possible) on as much of the test as you can. Pull-ups, mile run, push-ups I think are weighed more heavily.

    Look at some of the other poster's scores that are reported on this forum to get an idea of what some scores look like.

    Our DS took it twice-on his own as he did really well on all areas the first time except his mile run. He prepped for another couple weeks and then maxed out everything but the Bball toss. He smoked his mile run. He felt for sure he "passed" his second try.

    If you plan on re-taking it, you need to send a note to your admissions coordinator listed on your USNA portal and ask them to reset it for you so you can re-take and re-submit.

    Best of luck.
     
  7. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    Your BGO can look up the info on their BGIS system. Under "CFA," it will either say "qualified" or "rejected." Rejected means failed. The BGO does NOT see your scores nor does he/she know how well you did - only pass/fail. And is authorized to tell you.


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