USNA candidate website

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by navyrunnur, Oct 13, 2015.

  1. navyrunnur

    navyrunnur New Member

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    I've not been able to sign into the USNA 'continue application' website for 2 days: https://candidateinformation.usna.edu/ . I've tried multiple computers, all just continue to refresh without loading. Anyone else having difficulty?
     
  2. WannabeGonnabe

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    Yes but it's working for me now
     
  3. Socnorb

    Socnorb Member

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    I had the same problem awhile back. I was using Chrome, but I switched to IE. It works for me now.
     
  4. FireHawk

    FireHawk New Member

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    I do not believe my DS has had any problems logging into the application portal. It could be your local internet provider is having intermittent issues or the way you have your computer browsers configured. An issue my DS is concerned with is that fact that his ACT scores have not posted within the portal. It has been a few month since the last ACT scores were released and he states they are not appearing on his application. His admissions officer said to wait and they should show up. He is hesitant to keep asking his admissions officer the same question because he does not want to be seen as a complainer. I suggest he continue his inquiry every couple of weeks, but he indicates he has done that and was asked to wait.

    Are your recent ACT scores from the last exam cycle appearing on your application? Anybody know if they are having trouble with getting the scores posted on the portal or is this type of delay typical? He has an early set of ACT scores that reflect on his application, but his recent scores are much improved. His early scores posted in a reasonable time.

    Any thoughts or insight?
     

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