Chances of Getting Into Westpoint If I have an associates degree at 16

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  1. frankisop

    frankisop New Member

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    Hello, I am currently a dual enrollment (college and high school at the same time) student, a junior in high school. I recently earned my Associates Degree in Arts and I am continuing my college education until senior year and will graduate with over 106 college credits (also with over 30 high school credits). Currently I have an unweighted GPA of 3.93 and Weighted GPA of 5.37. I am first in my class. I am currently taking AP Government, AP Macroeconomics, AP Calculus BC, AP English Lit. In addition to my current AP's, I have taken 6 AP's in my sophomore and freshman year and have passed 4/6. I have founded the HOSA Club at my school, I am a three consecutive year Regional Finalist and State and National Finalist last year. Aside from HOSA I am a part of NHS, First Robotics, and many other clubs. I am fluent in both English and Spanish as being a son of Cuban Immigrants, also I can read and write French and Greek. I have received international awards for my ability in the language of Spanish and have won district awards in French, alongside two years of Greek. I am also a boy scout in y local troupe. I have over 300 s=community service hours in Hospitals and Pro-Bono Clinics. Aside from my extracurriculars, I practice judo and jiu-jitsu at competition level, but I do not have varsity letters, as my school does not offer these sports. I have not taken my SAT or ACT yet, but my current PSAT score is 1350. I want to serve my country and I am applying to West point this fall. Being an officer in the military means everything to me, given the opportunity to lead men to help me fight for our country would be a true honor. With my profile I want to know my chances of being accepted into West point? Also are varsity letters important, even though I am an athlete and I am fit for military standards.
     
  2. AirsoftRanger

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    [QUOTE="f With my profile I want to know my chances of being accepted into West point? Also are varsity letters important, even though I am an athlete and I am fit for military standards.[/QUOTE]
    Might as well coast from here till graduation, except you made ONE GLARING MISTAKE...... you forgot to say..... BEAT NAVY!
     
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  3. Parent of 4

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    Might as well coast from here till graduation, except you made ONE GLARING MISTAKE...... you forgot to say..... BEAT NAVY![/QUOTE]
    You will certainly qualify academically but there is much more to it than that. You must be 3Q, From your profile I would say you had better start practicing the CFA now.
     
  4. ThePatternisFull

    ThePatternisFull BGO

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    Zero chance. Until you apply.
     
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  5. GoArmy2022

    GoArmy2022 USMA 2022

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    Absolutely agree with Parent of 4. Gather your medical data and make sure you won't run into any issues. Take both the ACT and SAT with writing (twice if you can!)

    Practicing the CFA is probably the most important thing to you. It sounds like not that many athletic opportunities are available for you. You need to get yourself a gym membership and work on your push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, and running...it would suck to have such great academic credentials but fall of the charts physically.
     
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