Question about GPAs

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by lukepeoples, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. lukepeoples

    lukepeoples Member

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    If I am prior enlisted and my package is going to board next week (according to ETCS Maxwell) should I be worried about subpar academics prior to enlisting?

    I was #4 from my initial schooling, #1 from my collegiate surgical assisting school (navy based, accredited) and distinguished from my combat medical training, but after seeing others being rejected for one or two B's in high school I am starting to worry.

    Would I not have even made it to the point where I had nomination and was ready to go to board if those grades in high school (and some community college) were mediocre?
     
  2. pilot2b

    pilot2b Candidate Appointee

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    There are plenty of priors at NAPS who had subpar academics before coming here. Usually they do just fine. There's a fairly good chance that if you are selected, you'll come to NAPS first.
     
  3. lukepeoples

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    That is what I'm expecting. I already had a "what are my chances" thread, but I am thinking about it and I was a B and C student in regular classes, (accelerated two years) but I am hoping that I can be considered for remediation after an extensive successful two years enlisted.
     

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