Ok so i officially got the letter from west point saying they were going to pursue a waiver for me because i had a "solid profile." Does this mean that I'll probably get qualified academically and physically because they willing to request a waiver for me? I haven't gotten an LOA yet, but they just received my transcripts a week ago. Also it said that the Surgeon would recommend me for a waiver if he sees I am good medically, and then the admissions team will look at my whole profile and make a decision. Does this mean that I have to have a stellar profile just to get that waiver? If so, since they said I have a "solid profile", does that mean that if I am found medically fit, that they will grant the waiver in all probability? Of course I know there are always unknown variables in the equation, but I'm merely asking you all who have had experience in this process. I would greatly appreciate your opinions and past experiences with this process. One more side-note; I know West Point operates on a rolling admissions, so does this mean I might not get in because it'll take up to 3 months to close the deal on this waiver? Or will they go ahead and qualify/disqualify me physically and academically?