I have done everything that was required of me for the service academies thus far, but I think my shot at this is about to go up in flames. Here is just of the situation. I'm white, native american, and middle eastern. I'm 6'4" and 220 lbs. I'm a senior in a minority school in Texas. I'm in the top 10% of my graduating class I have an sat/act score equivalent to a 1300 I have taken every PAP-AP class that was available at my school. My unweighted GPA is 3.6 My weighted GPA is 4.4 I have 520 hours of community service I am not an athlete, but I am heavily involved in a nationally ranked army jrotc. I have the most awards (42) including my converted superior cadet award which is the 2nd highest award one can receive nationally. I have done pt and armed drill team for the past 4 years in Jrotc. I have great letters of recommendation from my Lt. Col. for this year. I have English teacher and Precalculus teacher letters of reccomendation from my junior year of high school. I have a nomination from my congressman and Lt. Col. I did extremely well on my BGO interview. I passed my medical exam with flying colors. Now here's where it gets interesting. The last part of application that I need, and it's going to kill me, it seems. I pray to god not. On my NROTC application PFT, I killed it. I maxed out the pushups sit ups and had a 6:39 mile run. Now for the CFA... I haven't taken it yet and I can't do but 2 pullups to save my life. I can max out the basketball throw. I can max out the pushups. I can max out the situps. I can do a 6-7 min mile. I can run a 9 s to 10 s shuttle. I can only do 2 pullups. I have friends that are in the naval academy, and they're telling me that there are no minimums and that as long as I do great as I say on the other sections, I should be fine. I feel that I'm a strong candidate, and that if pullups is the only thing that will kill my dream, I don't know what to do. Can I still pass with the CFA with these things yes or no? If I don't pass the CFA, can I still get NAPS? If I can then am I a strong enough for an appointment and/or NAPS. Thank you.