Admissions Timeline

Discussion in 'Military Academy - USMA' started by Ajtopel2013, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. Ajtopel2013

    Ajtopel2013 New Member

    Oct 21, 2012
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    Everyone on this forum has been talking about the rolling admissions, but on the front page of the online application it says that they have eliminated this and most candidates will receive appointments in late February. With this being the case, what is the timeline of all the steps to admission? I received my candidate at the end of August, and just finished most of my online application. My adviser told me to submit my evaluations, transcript, SAT's, CAR, and statements by Oct. 31st, so I did. I am taking the CFA in a couple of weeks. Now it says that schedule is forwarded to DODMERB, as of Nov. 1, so when can I expect to find out more about that? When will I get a letter saying if I am qualified? My Senators and Congresswoman announce nominations in December, if that has any effect on it. I'm just eager to know what to expect going into the next 4 months.
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2012
  2. tug_boat

    tug_boat Member

    Jun 18, 2012
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    Get it done.

    I would encourage you to complete your application as soon as possible. And in the future, when you have updates to your application in can be easily added. You still have time to take the ACT and SAT to improve. Just get it completed. Then wait.

    Push Hard, Press Forward
  3. BigNick

    BigNick 5-Year Member

    Jun 28, 2010
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    It sounds as if you are on-track.

    Have you received a notification to take your physical?
    When you do get that notification take the physical within the next week. In the event there is some physical issue, you will have some time to resolve those issues before Feb.

    Are all your icons green? If not get them Green NOW!!!!!

    Make sure your Congressman has all the infor he/she needs to consider your nomination

    Keep your file updated in the case you improve your situation (higher SAT scores, awards etc)

    Wait - the wheels are rolling
  4. time2

    time2 10-Year Member

    Jul 17, 2007
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    It sounds like you have already answered most of the questions you are asking. It is always good advice to follow the directions provided on the official WP website. Practices can change from year to year so what may have been true 3-5 yrs ago might no longer be accurate.

    MOC may each have their own timeline when applying for a NOM. Since the only ones that matter are the ones you are applying for based on where you live, best to follow the instructions posted on their websites. The MOC deadlines in California won't mean anything to you if you live in Florida. If you miss your MOC's application deadline, you won't be considered for one of their NOM's.

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