I have been CPR since early September. I am planning on submitting a new CFA in the next week or so. I was above average in all events when I took it at NASS but I can now probably max pushups and situps and I added 4 pullups. A PE instructor at my school agreed to administer it. Do I need to contact Admissions prior to doing a new CFA? I read in the sticky for this forum that discusses what items are noteworthy enough to update an application package and scholarship was one (as opposed to just joining a new club). I was awarded an NROTC scholarship last month and I was chosen as senior patrol leader for our Council's NYLT (this could be thought of as the senior youth Boy Scout leader in our region and it's kind of a bid deal - at least I think it is). My questions are these: (1) should I inform USNA admissions that I have been award an NROTC scholarship (or do they already know that or does it not make any difference)? and (2) should I inform them of my selection of NYLT SPL (is it noteworthy enough and do they know what it is)? If so, should I do this through my GC at school? Thanks ahead of time for your insight.