I'm reapplying to the Naval Academy from college this year. My school didn't allow me to register for spring courses until after many of them filled up, so I'm currently not sure what my schedule will be. I can get into Calc II, but Chem II is full as of now except for at some impractical times. If I were to earn an appointment, and my spring courses end up not all being plebe classes, do you think the Academy would care? Obviously I'll try to register for courses that are as relevant as possible. If I took Physics this spring do you suppose it would be impractical since if I got into the Academy I would go back to chem, and then to physics? If I took Chem and passed the validation test at the Academy, would I still need to take any Chem courses anyway? I read that there is a plebe chemistry requirement and those that validate both semesters just take Modern Chemistry. Any advice?