I know there are a few threads on this already, and I've looked through what I could find as well as searching for it, but specific information has been difficult to come up with. So, I apologize if I'm asking questions that have been previously answered or that could be answered through another source. I applied and was accepted last year. However, I was medically disqualified a few days before R-Day because I tore my meniscus. I've since had surgery and should be fine to go next year. USMA gave me a Letter of Assurance immediately, so I should have no problems getting in again as long as I get good grades at college for a year and get healthy in time. I do have to go through the application again, though, and I have a few questions. First of all, my understanding is that I need two college SOEs, preferably from a science (Chemistry) and math professor. Is that the case? For the Request for Academic Information and the Candidate Activities Record, should my contact still be my high school counselor? And should that still all be high school information? Can the CFA be administered by my high school phys-ed teacher/coach or should a college P.E. teacher do that? Should I use the same candidate statements as last year, given that they are the same prompts as last year and my original ones were (presumably) good enough to gain acceptance? I'm sorry if I've bombarded the forums with questions, here. I would appreciate any answers you can give!