While that's correct, I think the LOAs may be a threshold thing so an act score may actually be pretty relevant information. That said you're of course entitled to privacy.@classof2022 You can have a 33 ACT in a competitive area and not get in or have a 26 ACT in a non-competitive area and get in, so I think giving you my score is meaningless.
I know you'll roll your eyes at this one, but just try your hardest so that you can live with whatever decision comes. When I received the TWE in May, I had no regrets because I gave it my all with the circumstances that I was given (past threads for reference). I think taking ROTC at a college for a year actually worked out better for me because I can mature and strengthen my knee. Best of luck to you
As someone who got a TWE and a 32 on the ACT I fully understand that some districts are more competitive than others. The point I'm driving at is that it seems as though LOAs are given out without regard to congressional district. Which means there is some standard that must be met which is likely based heavily on ACT/SAT given that HS students get them before submitting final transcripts and complete athletic records. I repeat: you are entitled to your privacy . What I'm saying is that raw data--in the form of ACT scores from LOA recipients in general--would be interesting to look at. It would give some insight into where the bar is placed for LOA qualification.