Hello- I have reached out to my admissions rep. via email (twice, respectfully, over the last 4 weeks) but not heard back so I thought I would try this forum for advice. I have completed my freshman year at my state's flag ship university, after much personal and academic growth I decided I would like to pursue a career in the US Coast Guard. I've reviewed the USCGA website and understand that if admitted I would attend 4 years, not "transfer". My question is regarding the standardized testing. I have my old test scores from high school which are average. However, I have completed a full year of college classes, including calculus and lab sciences, I have a 3.7 GPA and was on dean's list (top 10%). My understanding is that SAT/ACT are intended to give a sense of academic readiness for college level classes. Since I can demonstrate that with my college transcript is it still necessary to prep and retake the SAT? Thank you.