I believe I started a thread on this before, but, sorry, am still confused, and have more advice to ask. DS is applying Class 2016. For the USMA, he has a High School Liaison Officer, and then, per Admissions Office letter, has a LOCAL Liaison Officer. He also has an appointed Admissions Officer, but my question is strictly re the difference and weight of these two LIAISON Officers.No sugar coating here... My DS was so excited to get started doing SOMETHING , that he banged out a resume and contacted his USMA HIGH SCHOOL Liaison Officer last fall. This High School LO emailed back and they set up an appointment during Christmas Break. In hindsight, now that my son has read more threads and read Candidate's Handbooks, he really feels he most likely did not put his best foot forward when he interviewed. He was thinking of it as more of an informal interview, and although dressed in standard khakis and button down shirt, he was not pressed or polished, nor did he go into the interview with much more than a preliminary "hi, my name is XXX, I'm intersted in the USMA... what do I do next" attitude. Thinking back, he feels his relaxed Christmas Break mode most definitely rang through the interview. Now he is VERY concerned. Any tips on how to get back on track? How much weight does the High School Liaison Officer have vs the LOCAL Liaison Officer, named on the USMA Admissions letter, who he has not contacted because he thought he should work up the ladder and not bug the other yet???? Advice? Input? Comments?