As deadlines start to roll in, I wanted to see if I could answer a question that has always been in the back of my mind: how good is my application to the USNA and other service academies?
Is there anyone I can contact or ask to look through my resume with me? I would assume this...
Any feedback on areas I can improve? What is your thoughts overall?
GPA: 3.96 (competitive school)
Sports: club swimming, Varsity, state champ, HS team capt.
Activities: National Honor Society President
Hello, I am currently a Junior (future class of 2o23) looking for some incite with my stats and chances of getting into USAFA. I live in MD.
- 4.0 (unweighted)
- 4.67 (weighted)
- 1340: 620 cr, 720 math
- I've taken the SAT only once, but I plan on taking more.
I know no one knows my chances, but here are some my stats, now that I am a HS junior and am preparing to dive into the SA process. I am a female junior from MA shooting for USNA!
GPA (weighted): 4.3
GPA (unweighted): 4.03
Freshman courses: Honors English, Honors Algebra II, Honors Biology...
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I'll start out by posting an often referenced link to a blog post by one of...