Hi I am a Junior at a IB League High School in Maryland and would like to attend the Air Force Academy for college and would like to get feedback on what I should work on to make myself a better candidate. Here Is some info about myself below: •3.81 (unweighted GPA) 4.51 (weighted GPA) • Classes include through duration of high school: Math (all the way up to Calculus III [multivariable]), Spanish for 6 years, Biology, Chem and Physics. (AP: Govt (5), US History (3), Spanish (4), Calc BC (5) and will be taking Euro, micro, macro, and Literature this year) All my classes have been honors since middle school as I am in a accelerated program. •Varsity lacrosse and swimming for 2 years now, and next year will make it 3 for both sports •Over 750 service hours after working at Walter Reed in Bethesda •various clubs: sga, robotics, mathematics, energy conservation... • I am apart of the Sea Cadets, and am also a Venturer (Boy Scouts) • National Honors society, Math Honor Society, and Science Honor Society • Korean • 5'10" and I weight 200 lbs (I am currently on a bulk before my lacrosse season) My ACT Scores 32 composite (33 English, 35 math, 33 Reading, and 28 Science) My New PSAT score (700 Reading, 750 Math, and 700 Writing) I am primarily concerned on my CFA as I am athletic but have always trained with weights and bodybuilding workouts rather then running for miles on and on. I am currently over the weight on the height to weight ratio, but it is due to my muscular complexion. Should I abstain from lifting and cut down to make weight and start running (and hence lose lots of muscle?) or does the Academy look past such a thing?