Hello everyone, I am a college reapplicant for the class of 2020. I am going to be attending NC State university and have already started summer classes to get ahead. I will also be doing NROTC as well. I recently emailed my RD and I asked him what kept me from getting in this year. He told me that I was "not ranked highly enough in my nomination" I asked if I was triple qualified and he said that I was not. I passed the CFA, had no issues on the DoDMERB. What is the 3rd thing on being triple qualified that I apparently did not have? I was also wondering if I should retake my standardized tests. I really won't have too much time to study or prepare for them as I am in college now but let me know if you think I really need to improve my scores to have a better chance. I live in a fairly competitive district (NC-9). SAT Math: 680 SAT Verbal: 640 SAT 2 Part Total: 1320 SAT 3 Part Total: 1950 Superscored on ACT* (also USNA only looks at math and English right?) ACT English: 26 ACT Math: 30 ACT Reading: 34 ACT Science: 27 Highest ACT composite: 27 My TWE said this exactly "it may be advisable for college freshman to reatake college entrance examinations, particularly if the combined critical reasoning and mathematics score on the SAT was less than 1300 (ACT 28)." So let me all know what you think and if you think that I should try and retake the ACT again. Pretty sure the SAT is changing this year so not sure how much better I would do (correct me if I'm wrong) Not sure I will really do much better on the ACT but I guess it couldn't hurt to try. Thanks for any advice regarding this.