I am a candidate for the USNA class of 2016 and would like some advice regarding nominations. I grew up as a Navy dependent and when I was 14 I moved overseas. during my time overseas -roughly six years-, I have completed the equivalent of high school and have held numerous positions in the workforce to include a few at the American Embassy. Early this year I decided I wanted to return to the US to go to college. My grades from my school overseas weren't to crash hot so I enrolled in a community college to get my feet on the ground. Towards the end of the Spring semester I started to consider seriously pursuing a path to USNA. After frantically researching information on courses, nominations, etc. to catch up with other candidates, I have secured a spot in a service academy prep program at New Mexico Military Institute in order to make grades and test scores for USNA. This past week I found out I received a Presidential nomination to attend the Naval Academy. I have also received nomination packets from my Senators which I am hesitant to complete. Here is the question... I feel that with my unique background I am not the ideal candidate for MOS/MOC nominations as they ask for class rank in high school so on and so forth and standardised test scores to be submitted by October 21st. The entire packet is designed to be filled out by a senior in high school which, I have not been since 2007. Moreover, the next time the SAT is available to take is October 1 of this year. I'm not too familiar with the expediency of standardised test results but I doubt its within two weeks. I tried to raise this point with the senator's staff in an attempt for a suggestion as to what I should do and I got the "DC two-step". Is it worth the time and effort to submit packages that will be out of the ordinary for the selection boards when standardised test scores and other information -high school ranking, etc.- can't be provided? Any information pertaining to this issue will be greatly appreciated.