Okay, so I have a dilemma and need some opinions. I have a Senator's nomination to West Point, which is my first choice school. I am applying to the other SAs, but I have an LOA, 3Q, and Nomination to USMA so I am 99% sure I will be admitted at this point. However, I still have an interview with my Congress Representative. Her board consists of retired military from all branches to represent all SAs. Based on my interview, they assign my nomination to an academy list rather than asking me what my first choice is. I don't want to take an opportunity away from someone else to go to an SA because I already have a nomination to West Point and I will accept my offer there when I receive it. But the Academies ask you to "aggressively pursue" every nomination source available. I'm unsure about accepting the interview especially because she does not have enough qualified candidates submitting nomination packets to her office and therefore her interviews are open to everyone in the area who submitted a packet on time. This is different from my Senators, who chose 20-23 people to interview and even fewer to nominate. Should I go or should I cancel my time slot and provide a reason? Thoughts?