I am still waiting for the Naval Academy to send me my admissions status. I am still hopeful for an appointment however I do not feel that my application was as strong as it could be this year. A summary of my application is as follows; -I have about a 3.0 (estimated unweighted GPA) and a 3.83 weighted GPA as of my junior year. I am taking 4 AP classes this year as well. -My highest SAT scores were a 620 on Math, 590 on Reading, and 600 on Writing (1810 composite score) ACT was a composite 29. -My CFA was utter ****. I did a total of 35 pushups, 3 pullups, 6:29 mile, 60 ft. basketball throw, 65 crunches, and a 9.8 (I think) shuttle run. The CFA is something that I will need to improve on most for next year. -As far as extracurricular go, I am team captain of our schools Varsity Volleyball Team (played on Var for 2 years). I am also an Eagle Scout and a patrol leader in my troop. I was employed at Sport Chalet up until February because my schedule got to busy with Volleyball and I was not available. My boss said that I can come back when the season is over. I also do a little bit of volunteering a few times a year. The only big volunteering job I did was freshman year at the Aquarium of the Pacific. It was a 10 week internship program for teens. Anyways, that was basically my application. I also applied for NROTC but did not receive that scholarship. My question is does anybody have any recommendations or advice on reapplying to the academy? Should I retake my SAT and ACT? I know my CFA needs to be improved a lot and that is something that is high on my to-do list. I am most likely going to attend Oregon State University in the Fall and apply for the NROTC Unit as a college programmer. I plan on getting more involved in College (intramural sports, clubs, hopefully men's rowing) but is there anything else that I should do? Thanks for any input. I appreciate it. I'l be working on my pushups and situps while I wait for responses.