USMA Admissions Questions

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  1. Jody Rios

    Jody Rios Member

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    I'm a bit stuck on stuff parts of my USMA application...

    First, under the category of "Liaisons" I have none listed and was wondering if I did in fact have one or a USMA admissions counselor of some kind.
    Secondly, My DODMERB physical box says "no action" despite that I have completed my application and am only now waiting to hear from my congressman about a nomination. Also, being that I am currently on an ROTC federal scholarship, I have already taken and passed the DODMERB physical and was wondering if this physical could simply be transferred for my application to West Point.
    Finally, will my complete application be reviewed by the admissions board prior to receiving a nomination or attaining a pass by DODMERB, or will the application be suspended until these two criteria are met?

    Thanks everyone!
     
  2. 845something

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    1. Depends what district/where you are located. Not every location has a volunteer Field Force Rep, but there should at least be a state coordinator. There is always your Regional Commander at West Point.

    2. Your RC will have to request DoDMERB exam. You will need to be competitive for admission for them to make the request. If your DoDMERB is less than two years old, it can be transferred.

    3. Your application is not complete. As a college applicant, your application isn't complete until your fall transcripts are received. They will not review your application until they are in. This should not hold up a medical request, but you may want to follow up with your RC.
     
  3. Jody Rios

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    Thank you for the help!
    So does this mean that all college applicants are automatically on the latest review board, or is there a different rolling admissions process for those applicants?
     

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