So my girlfriend's father is a Naval Academy graduate and I was talking to him about his experiences there and he said the single greatest challenge that any mid there faced was not the amount of work (as AP/honors students we are used to it and he said its something everyone had to adjust to once there), but the TYPE of work. He said the kids who's high schools did not "adequately prepare" them struggled immensely and were most prone to drop out. Now i've been to several info sessions and to USNA itself and they make it sound like if you get in, with all the extra academic help offered it seems impossible to fail. Can any current mids chime in as to the difference between their high school experience and their experience at the Academy, was it what you were expecting? And how easy/hard is it to access help with your academics if struggling?