Hi there. So...I was accepted to both the NASS and USMA SLS, but my interest has always been in the army so I jumped at the chance and am now registered to go to the second session for the USMA SLS. A little problem came up, however. The second session begins June 6th and ends June 12th. Big deal right? Big deal for me...on June 13th, I am registered to take the ACT, which is very important for me to do well on. My parents have started to discourage me from attending (they are willing to drop the 325.00 plus ticket price) because they believe I will be too unfocused and too tired to do well, since I arrive the day before the test and have no chance to rest. They also think that I will be losing the week before the test to study. My question: which of NASS or USMA SLS is more physically strenuous? Will I really be too tired to do well on the test? I would also like to know, from anyone who knows for sure, how much free time each seminar offers at the end of the day. I know its pretty wild, but I am actually considering just going to USMA SLS and taking my ACT stuff with me to study the week before I come home. Is this feasible? Will I have enough free time at the end of the day? Is West Point flexible about the daily schedule or is it packed? Lastly, I was wondering about how NASS sizes up with the army or air force. I am also interested in aerospace engineering and wanted to know if USNA really does offer aerospace degrees. Would USNA be a viable alternative to study aerospace at USAFA in the event that I am not accepted to USAFA? Thank you to those who read it all. I know I asked like three questions all jumbled up back there, and I appreciate it. Thank you!