Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by Rufus, Sep 17, 2013.
Hi-does usna super score the cfa if you take many times?
No. In fact, I believe it's one of the few parts of the SA application process you can't even go back and information to at a later date. It's "one and done" unless the SA itself offers you the opportunity to retake it.
I was told by bgo to keep retaking and they super score.i had not heard that before.
I can't see how they would superscore because once you are at any USNA or in a ROTC program they don't superscore and they do have mins that must be passed.
Maybe, you are mis-understanding your BGO, what they may have meant was too keep taking it over and over again before you submit because they don't superscore.
In the instructions somewhere, it says that the test was designed around certain periods of rest and that the max reps, times, etc. were calculated in part based on the exercises that came before it and the rest times within the test.
Super-scoring would defeat that.
He said to keep taking and submit the CFA scores.USNA looks at the high scores-similiar to SAT/ACT scores.I just don't know how to send once the original email has been used.
As others have stated, only the USNA can unlock that portal, you can't.
As 18'er said, there are built-in rest times in the CFA. By the time everyone gets to the run at the end, they are somewhat tired, and their run times may not be as fast as they would be if they just did the run and nothing else. That is part of the test. Super scoring would defeat that purpose. You have passed the CFA with flying colors, Rufus. If you retake, you may not do as well on some other section.
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