Hi, Right now, I'm all set to take the CFA this Sunday. Unfortunately, I'm not where I'd like to be in terms of performance. On my most recent practice CFA, I achieved the following numbers: Dead-Hang Pullups: 5 Shuttle Run: 10 seconds Sit-ups: 61 Push-ups: 45 One-Mile Run: 7:19 A weak performance, I know. And with the CFA looming on the horizon, I have a couple of questions. First, would scores like these likely even warrant a passing grade? (I understand that this can be difficult to gauge, as the CFA grading rubric is somewhat shrouded in mystery.) Second, assuming that a performance like the one above would net me a passing score on the CFA, what are the possible repercussions of having a passing, but lackluster CFA on my admissions file? Could this possibly sink my chances of getting an appointment, even if I'm strong in Academics, leadership, and extracurriculars? (Here's a quick resume for reference: 3.7 GPA, Junior-year of almost exclusively college courses, senior-year classes will likewise be conducted primarily at a junior college, 1340 Math/Reading SAT [I expect I will score at least 1400 on my second attempt] Eagle Scout, Troop SPL, and hold a paid position as a college math tutor.) Finally, should I plan on retaking the test? I'm training hard each day, with the understanding that if I plan on going to West Point, I had better be darn sure that I can perform near the maximums before R-Day 2012, and as such, I expect to continue to improve in the coming weeks and months. However, I got the impression from my admissions contact that a re-test is something that is generally not done. Is this impression an accurate one? Thanks in advance for your answers.