Who gets CVW invites?

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  1. Grizzly

    Grizzly Member

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    I applied to NASS and was accepted to session 2. I am just wondering, who gets CVW invites? And when are most of them sent out? If I did not receive one but am interested in attending, should I apply for one?
     
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    CVWs are given to competitive candidates. You do not apply for them. You could express an interest with admissions. Are you a qualified candidate to USNA?
     
  3. Grizzly

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    I read that you can request one from your admissions counselor. That is what I meant by "apply". My apologies. In regards to your question, I do not know. When is an applicant deemed a qualified candidate?
     
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    I requested an invite from my counselor and received one. I will be attending the April CVW. Of course, I was already accepted to NAPS by that time. You can request one. I'd hurry if it's for this cycle. The only one left is April 24th.

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    I received a CVW Invite but sadly was not accepted into NASS so all my hope is relying on this CVW.


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  6. 2018midmom

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    No it's not. These are for you to get to know the academy. They will evaluate you but it's more of a deal breaker than deal maker. Enjoy your time, get your app and medical done ASAP and add what you can to your WCS (boys/girls state, math act/sat, etc). Many appointees had neither a CVW or NASS opportunity. Chin up it's a long haul.
     

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