USNA STEM

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  1. navy2016

    navy2016 Member

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    Submitted my application to STEM tonight- i think tonight was the last day.

    any one previous been accepted to STEM out there?

    Mind posting ur sat/act scores

    btw i think everyone that applies has grades of 90-100 as that was one of the 3 options for ur grades.
     
  2. patriot403

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    I submitted mine a couple days ago, I've never gone before, I really hope I get to go.
    I applied for second session (rising 10th graders) so I haven't taken the SAT/ACT yet.
    And ya, all my grades are 90-100. I think it would be ridiculous if someone with lower grades gets excepted. :smile:
     
  3. bandad

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    My son applied for STEM a month or so back. He is a freshman this year so he applied for the 10th grade session. He took the ACT last fall. 32 Math, 28 English, and 29 Composite. Science did him in.
     
  4. Hopefulmidclass2016

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    applied to rising 11th grader session.
    i hadnt taken the act since 7th grade,somy scores were low but i noted that in one of the sections
     
  5. kapojinha

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    I think that really depends on what sorts of courses you're taking.
     
  6. VBButler

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    Yeah I am a freshman, and not al my grades are As because we run on a 94 and above is an A grading scale here. But I take honors science so I dont know, I think that might help
     
  7. cracked123

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    1. No one likes cocky people.
    2. It's "accepted"
     
  8. 1964BGO

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    A quick clue for future reference: In the future don't wait until you're about to hit the deadline before you submit your application - you handicap yourself with this tactic. The same is true when/if you become an official candidate - it's to your advantage to complete your packet as soon as you can and keep it updated so it has the very latest information. Last year one Ohio district had four candidates receive LOA's (Letters of Assurance = Conditional Offers of Appointment) in the first week of September! If you talk to admissions persons from any college/university, eg, MIT, you will learn that early completion of your file works to your advantage in the selection process. Honest!
     
  9. patriot403

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    No, I should probably rephrase what I said.
    I did mean "Excepted" as in "left out". As VBButler said "because we run on a 94 and above is an A grading scale here" I meant that if someone with a 90-93 was excepted it would be ridiculous. Sorry for the miss communication. :smile:
     

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