Sorry for the long post. I applied for the CGA a few years ago and didn't get an appointment. I got into a top engineering school and it has been my intention to attend OCS after graduating college all along. More recently I have felt the strong desire to reapply for the CGA. I plan to talk with an AO but I don't want to bother them right now, I'm sure they are busy this time of year. Hopefully someone here can provide some insight. 1. How will having 3.5 years of college/bachelors degree impact the decision? 2. I have some college debt and a car loan, I suppose I will have to transfer these to a friend or sibling. Do I have to do this before applying or can I do it after the decision? 3. How do High School Transcripts/Test Scores impact the decision in the case of someone with 100+ credits? 4. I'm lost on the LOR's. I haven't ever taken an English Class in college and my last humanities course was years ago. I suppose any Engineering Professor will suffice for a Math teacher and my "Guidance Counselor" can be an adviser or dean. My main fear is that these people will write a DWC letter (did well in course). I can go to office hours and seek help but there isn't any way for me to get to know most of my professors and I feel that may pose an issue. Is this a factor others have faced?