Thanks Luigi, I guess that is a good thing because I think it went pretty well.
He asked me some pretty general questions(what was your most difficult experience, if you could meet one person dead or alive who would it be?, What experience are you most proud of? et cetera) He also asked me about my school, my interests, what I would like to major in, stuff like that. Regarding the major, I said government and he asked me if I would be frustrated at the academy because I will not be able to take govt. classes until Junior year. I can't think of anything else. Oh, he asked me two tough ethics questions:
1.) You are an advisor to the President and he told you to call a leader of a foreign country to have a meeting. The next call you are going to make is to that leader's enemy (The Pres. told you not to tell the two leaders that their enemy was going to be there). The first leader asks if his counterpart will be there...do you lie and obey the President's orders or tell the truth?
-I thought that was a tough call
2.) If someone comes up to you when you're eating lunch and slams your head against the table and runs away...what do you do?
Those are all the questions that I can remember...I think the interview lasted about an hour.