Denial Letter?

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  1. Flygirl20

    Flygirl20 Member

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    Does USAFA send out denial letters throughout the month of March or do they wait until April starts?
     
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    goforspaatz USAFA c/o 2020

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    In the Admissions Timeline they said TWE (rejections) start getting sent out in April.
     
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  3. Tbone72

    Tbone72 New Member

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    I got my rejection letter around this time 3 years ago. It really just varies on how quickly they get things done. Now granted, I got an acceptance letter a week later, so I might have been a special case.
     
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  4. 2020 wannabe

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    Wow! So you got told no thank you, and then got offered an appointment a week later? Wonder how often that happens! Good for you! So even a no could become a yes. Talk about swinging emotions.
     
  5. goforspaatz

    goforspaatz USAFA c/o 2020

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    Semi-related: I spoke with a MIDN who was offered Foundations Prep for USNA, then 3 days before I-day, got a call with acceptance to USNA. Very, very, very rare but it happens.
     
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  6. FloridaToUSMA2021

    FloridaToUSMA2021 USNA 2021 Appointee

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    That's incredible. Was he/she able to make it to I-day? I'm curious as to how they were able to handle all of the forms and other stuff.
     
  7. NavyHoops

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    It is one of those things that happens every few years for the last second appointment. Normally it's because some other appointee freaks out at the last second and drops. It's paperwork... It isn't that hard. More than likely the kid went to admissions when he arrived the day before and they reviewed everything with him. Honestly you could show up to I Day with nothing but the clothes you are wearing and be fine.
     
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