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  1. navysailor15

    navysailor15 New Member

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    hi,

    Im currently an enlisted sailor looking for help with my naval academy package , I have everything submitted but I just feel like my scores and my whole package isn't strong enough.

    please any advice will help me .
     
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    AROTC-dad Just a dad

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    What are your scores and which test? (ACT or SAT?)
    Also, how many times have you taken it?
     
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    navysailor15 New Member

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    SAT- MATH-500/READING-550
    I TOOK THE SAT TWICE THESE ARE MY HIGHEST SCORES.
    ACT-MATH-20/READING-21
    THESE ARE ALSO MY HIGHEST SCORES.

    CFA SCORES
    RUN-6:00
    PUSH-UPS-60
    SIT-UPS- MAXED OUT
    PULL-UPS-12
    BB THROW-67.5
    AGILITY RUN-8.3
     
  4. NavyHoops

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    On the USNA admissions site there is contact information for the CPO in charge of fleet applicants. Drop them an email or phone call and ask how to improve your application. They can guide on weaknesses and how to improve. Not sure on your age, but if you still have another application cycle (as in next year) what things can you do such as leadership roles, community college courses, volunteer work, etc. are what you should be asking the CPO. Also if you have an extra year or two before the age limit, make it known that you are willing to attend the Prep School.
     
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    AROTC-dad Just a dad

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  6. Maplerock

    Maplerock Proud to be an American

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    I wouldn't sweat too much. You'll be evaluated with your prior service in mind. If it's meant to be, you'll get in.

    Your SAT pales in comparison to most applicants, but your evals during your enlistment will be very important. I think USNA wants to have "X" number of priors, and that you'll be evaluated against those applicants like yourself.

    That said, USA has to feel that you'll succeed. Good luck to you buddy, and thank you for your service
     

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