So does anyone know how differently they evaluate applicants who are in college? I currently go to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and am in my junior year. I have submitted my medical stuff and am medically qualified, my grades are decent, and I have a pretty good high school record. ACT: 32 Math: 36 Science32 Reading: 29 English: 32 GPA was around 3.9 on a weighted scale. Involved here and there in high school. A lot more involved in college. My main worries are my CFA and my congressional nomination. How much do they weigh the CFA? I did my CFA with the ROTC Commander here and...well let's just say it wasn't the best I could have done and they ended up sending me a letter telling me I should do it again...I don't plan on becoming a pilot due to my vision but I definitely would like to go into intelligence or missile command. Do they weigh college applicants a little differently then high school applicants?