SLE Question

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  1. laxer98

    laxer98 Member

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    Hi All,

    I have recently been accepted to attend the SLE at West Point this Summer, however scheduling with other Seminars as well as my final exams may conflict my ability to go. If I accept the offer, am I allowed to withdraw anytime afterwards?

    Thanks!
     
  2. tug_boat

    tug_boat Member

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    Yes, you can. This is one of the big struggles in life, scheduling conflicts.

    Push Hard, Push Forward
     
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  3. Sam2018

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    I think so but you might be better to wait to accept until you see a little more of your schedule. I know my DS was very specific on his available dates so he could fit most things in if he were to be so blessed to be accepted to several.
     
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  4. USMA_ljm

    USMA_ljm Member

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    Work with your high school counselor on testing schedule conflicts, it would be a shame to miss out on SLE if there's anyway you can go.
     
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  5. proudofmyboy

    proudofmyboy Member

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    My Ds worked it out that he took finals before he went to NASS. They actually let him take two finals after school before he left. Schools that are behind you are almost always willing to help. A chance to learn what life at a SA will be like. Not enough time to get it all done.
     
  6. bookreader

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    Most school will be willing to work with you regarging final exams. You will probably just have to take the exam earlier.
     

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