Westpoint SLE

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  1. usarmystrong97

    usarmystrong97 Member

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    So I am scheduled to take the SAT in january, where I'll have my results around February 15th. Should I wait to submit my application until then? I do have psat scores now but it's from my sophomore year and I didn't do very well on them. Will most of the spots fill up by February 15th? Or should I use my psat scores from sophomore year?

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  2. ca2midwestmom

    ca2midwestmom Member

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    I would submit your PSAT scores now, then update your application when you get your SAT scores. If admissions sees something now (where you live, diversity, something that stands out on your app), they may offer you a spot sooner rather than late. Don't forget SLE is very competitive. Last year 5000 candidates applied -- 500 attended for one session. This year there are two sessions, so the odds are slightly better.
     
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    Do you have to "request a change" every time you want to update your profile?
     
  4. phil904

    phil904 NAPSter

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    Yes unfortunately you do. They usually respond within a timely manner and let you know its been updated.
     
  5. usarmystrong97

    usarmystrong97 Member

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    How would I request a change?

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  6. 845something

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    With test scores, just having the testing agency (College Board, ACT.org) send the official scores is enough of a request.
     

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