Same for my DD (since September). The wait has been crushing!My application package has said "Complete Pending Review" since late September. I was wondering if this is what it says until you hear a decision or they actually just never reviewed my application. Does anyone have any insight on this?
I also second that. I have been CPR since October and I am struggling to remain hopeful and positive. A USMA candidate has already been offered an appointment at my school, and that just made it worse. But, patience is a virtue and there is nothing we can do to speed up the admission process.The wait has been crushing!
You will still reflect CPR. Admissions Board and Medical “Q” are independent (however as a practical matter, at this point I would not expect Admissions to spend time be with waivers if not Admissions Board Qualified).Old Navy BGO, if one is CPR but also waiting on DQ waiver, where in the above process is the candidate? Still in Admissions Board? Or determined to be 2Q and moved on for the medical review?
Yeah I'm probably gonna go insane if I don't hear back this week.Same for my DD (since September). The wait has been crushing!My application package has said "Complete Pending Review" since late September. I was wondering if this is what it says until you hear a decision or they actually just never reviewed my application. Does anyone have any insight on this?
An offer of prep school at usafa?"Complete Pending Review" is the status you see until you are notified of a decision. DS had that status until he received notification recently that he was denied by USNA. He was a little bummed but fortunately he is still in the running at USAFA and has an offer of prep school already as well, so he is still happy with his options.
Old Navy,Yes ,,,CPR does not mean that the application has been sitting in a corner of Admissions languishing. It's safe to say that by now, the Admissions Board has reviewed the application and made the determination whether the candidate is qualified , or Q ... then it goes to Noms and Appointments to determine whether there is a qualifying nomination, and if a competitive nomination , who the best qualfied Nominee is. Finally, if you the candidate doesn't win the slate, determination whether another path (NWL ?) is available. There is a lot going on at Admissions while all you see is CPR. Bottom line, be patient -- you are still in the game until you receive the TWE.
Do you think at this point every qualified slate winner has been offered an appointment by now?
Good to know others are in the same situation - as I wait to find out what the CPR eventually changes to for my DS it is reassuring to not feel alone with this processWaiting is killing us! The entire family! The calmest out of all.....the DS. Hoping and praying.