I am currently a freshman in college. After receiving my LOA from West Point in October, I received and accepted my appointment in February of this year. However, I have had a really rough semester. As I was asked by West Point, I enrolled in pre-calculus. My school is notorious for its terrible math program, and I am not just exaggerating or complaining. I have turned in all my assignments on time, gone to several tutoring sessions, and visited with my teacher to understand the material better. I am doing well in my class work, but the class is weighted heavily towards exams, and I have done poorly on them. I have my final exam this upcoming week, and it is looking more than likely that I will make a D in the class. I have spent so much time stressing over this class. I know this question has been asked here several times, but I am terrified to ask my admissions rep; can someone realistically give me an answer as to whether this will affect my admission? I have worked so hard this past year to get into West Point, and the thought of losing my admission solely because of this class truly keeps me up at night. If it helps, I have As and Bs in my other classes, including an A in chemistry. And most of the class is online and I can prove how much time I've actually spent on it, because the hours are logged.