To avoid reading, here's a short list Gender: Male High School Senior GPA: 3.6 (unweighed) Physical fit: Not at all, a bit obese Leadership position: None AP Classes? : Only taken them now (5 classes) Age: 17 SAT/ACT: Average. Have not even taken ACT. Asking: Direct steps for an individual like me to get into West Point as a transfer student. I'll print it out and put it on my to-do list. You're basically just playing with fire, and practically changing an individual's life by replying. Hello I'm currency a male senior, horrible grades (3.6 unweighed) and I barely just begun taking AP classes now (5 classes). I had heard about West Point from the Great Gatsby, and I was pretty darn impressed. I also just went to a ceremonial about it. I was told that you basically had to be preparing your whole life to apply at West Point (freshmen year of high school). However I was talking to a representative from West Point, and he told me I could go to a local community college, and try to transfer to West Point before I turn 23. (correct?) Oh. I'm currency enrolled in Pre Calculus which I already know is bad since most people going to West Point are probably in Calculus 3 or something. I say that because I was wondering if I'm even able to catch up in time. I have absolutely no leadership skills, and in fact, have a mild speech impediment but that's manageable. I am sometimes shy, but that's okay because I can probably watch a 5 minute tutorial on how to not be shy. My SAT scores are average (1000-1200), and I never even taken the ACT so I have no scores of that. I'm not even remotely fit and obese, (I'm currency 190, but that's b/c I been starving myself until I hit 150). I also can barely do 1 push up. You're probably wondering why a person like me would even want to be at West point, let alone consider it. First off, I just watched Rick and Morty Season 3, Episode 7, and I finally understand the coolness of being in the military. I also want to reach higher in society. The question I'm asking here is, what are the steps needed for someone like ME to get into West Point. I know they's obviously a way for me to get in, although extremely difficult. I already know about West Point being extremely competitive as well, but I'm willing to turn a new leaf.