Hello, this is my first post as I am new to this community. I have a few questions about the application process to the Naval Academy, and I was hoping that someone could answer them. I am also seeking some advice regarding a few of my concerns about the process. I am currently applying to the US Naval Academy for the class of 2016. Last week I received a Letter of Assurance from the USNA. I know that the LOA is a guarantee that I will be admitted if I successfully fulfill the rest of my remaining requirements. My only requirement is a nomination from a member of Congress. Here is my main question: Does the Academy reconsider the LOAs that it sends out? The only reason that I ask this is because I am having a tougher time in school this year as opposed to years in the past. I am not doing badly in school, just not exactly as well as I have done in the past. In the past three years, I have received A's in nearly all of my classes, while I only received B's in honors Chemistry and AP Physics. This year, I will most likely receive two B's... one is in AP Chemistry, and another is AP Calculus. I know this may not seem like a big deal, but I have been stressing out about it. Do you think that the Academy would reconsider my LOA if I receive two B's in one semester? The classes are very challenging as they are college level courses. (My GPA will remain the same because I am taking four AP classes this semester. My class rank will most likely stay the same, but it could drop by one rank.) I am trying my hardest to get an A in both classes, but it may not happen. Additionally, all other aspects of my application remain unchanged. Also, here is my final question... When do MOCs usually send in their nominations to the Academy? My Congressional Representative already held his interviews, and my two Senators will hold their interviews in early December. Thank you very much for any help!