I received a principal nomination from my Representative, and in his letter he states, "a principal nomination is a guaranteed appointment contingent upon qualifying scholastically, medically, and passing the physical aptitude examination." My medicals have come back clear, so no worries there. My question is, what are some solid numbers that represent what "qualifying" would mean for academics and the CFA? What would represent a "disualifying" group of scores? Academics: No class rank (HS opts out), 3.25 GPA (Bad start, feeling the pain of those bad grades now), multiple AP & honors courses, 1 dual enrollment. - ACT: 36 SCI, 35 ENG, 35 MATH, and lowballs 30 READ and 30 WRITE. 34 Composite. CFA: I'm confident of everything minus the fan favorite - the Basketball Throw. I haven't yet hit the consistent 60 foot mark.