Teacher Recommendations

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by JJBsDad, May 15, 2014.

  1. JJBsDad

    JJBsDad Member

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    What teacher recommendations are needed for the USNA application? Math and English? And will the teachers need to submit information directly to USNA? A couple of years ago there was post on what an applicant should do during their rising senior year summer, but I couldn't find it after a search. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. SuaSponte

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    The Math and English teachers are sent a form through their email evaluating the student; all the student needs to do is provide the email and communicate with their teacher. As far as the thread about rising senior year I can't help you with that, but I was done with my application by the end of June my senior year if that helps.
     
  3. 1964BGO

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    USNA is looking for contact information for the candidate's junior year math and grammar teachers. The information goes directly to USNA. Not aware of any other required actions for rising senior summer, but prepping for and taking SAT and ACT exams would be a good idea. If the candidate has not spent a few days in the Yard, it would be advisable to check the camps at www.navysports.com for something - there were a couple of fitness and performance camps as I recall. Otherwise get started on completing the packet, lining up your BGO interview, and contacting your nominating sources.
     
  4. time2

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    Since teacher recommendations go directly to USNA, I am not sure how some on here claim to know what they contain unless the individual who wrote it happend to gave you a copy. This is one of those elements of your application that you generally never see, so when asking those 'what are my chances' threads, make sure to consider that also.
     

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