Emails Asking for Clarification

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by LoganFrost, Dec 16, 2014.

  1. LoganFrost

    LoganFrost Member

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    I have, for about a month now, been emailing back and fourth between the Admissions Board. It is regarding an incident that involved a potentially legal subject, the I legitimately learned from, that I decided to include in my personal letter as a representation of my integrity. HOWEVER, the board doesnt take lightly to this, and have been asking my questions such as "When was the EXACT DATE? Were the police involved? What did X include?"

    I can only help but wonder, would they go through great lengths to have me explain myself if they werent interested? I appreciate any feedback!
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    NOM: Pres, JROTC, KY-5 Hal Rogers
    Logan Frost
     
  2. NavyHoops

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    It is probably your admissions rep doing their due diligence to have a full understanding of the incident in case there are questions from the board. None of us here on the forum will know if this is a good or bad sign. I know you are anxious, but try to not read too much into things. Enjoy the holidays, your last semester of high school, ensuring plans B, C, and D are ready to go.
     

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