I posted some time ago about the possibility of getting into NAPS as a college student and had another question with my updated information now. I received a congressional nomination. I scored the 100 point max on my CFA. I'm an Eagle Scout (senior patrol leader, asst. scoutmaster, etc), spent my life in scouting, a varsity football letterman, compete in running/cycling/triathlons, a high school football coach, active volunteer, multiple charity donor, and I have a lot of leadership experience/ability. I just received a membership invite to my colleges international honor society chapter as well. I just had my admissions interview with my BGO last week and I basically have green lights across the board. I have excelled in English throughout the years. But my grades aren't as impressive as others in mathematics. My college math professor sent a letter of recommendation stating that he is confident that I will excel in my future math courses though. My BGO (really good guy and knows the academy very well) put a large emphasis on the Naval Academy being a math school during my interview. With all of this being said, would there be a possibility of me as a college student getting into NAPS if I did not receive an appointment due to the mathematics portion? I would be perfectly fine with going to preparatory school first.