I'm in college right now, and I just finished my first year. I'm a finance/accounting double major, and my overall GPA is 3.5. I know when you re-apply to academies it's recommended to be in a STEM major, but I'm wondering if I have a solid chance. At first I didn't want to reapply after getting rejected my senior year of high school in 2014, but the more I think about it, the more I want to go to an academy. Here are my stats: 3.7 GPA in high school 3.5 GPA in College 1910/2400 SAT 1330/1500 Math + Reading SAT (I didn't mock plebe courses other than Calc 1 which I got a B+ in) I know that academics are not the only factor into obtaining an appointment, but from a purely academic standpoint, can someone tell me if this is good enough? Please be brutally honest.