Hello everyone! I'm a long time lurker and a candidate for USAFA c/o 2017. I wanted to ask the community about my shots with scores around my current CFA. I'm female. B-ball - 37 ft Flexed arm hang - 19 sec Shuttle - 10.0 sec Sit-ups - 55 Push-ups 41 Run - 7:46 The other stats: 2300 SAT - 800 CR/730 M/770 W 34 ACT 3.96 USAFA-calculated GPA (though I'm homeschooled, so I hear that they basically throw GPA out the window) Taking Arabic, Russian. AP Calc AB/BC (5 on test) AP Language (5 on test) 4 in Calc AB, 5 in Physics B - neither was accredited Some dual-enrollment during last 3 semesters - 4.0 National Merit Semifinalist (probably a finalist; that's not announced yet). CAP - Mitchell award, Cadet Commander, COS graduate/Academic Ace Varsity Tennis Captain (Local public school), Coach's Award Varsity Cross Country (Local public school), Academic All-State FIRST Robotics co-captain, Dean's list semifinalist Math team - awards at state level And a few other, smaller things. I did go to SS. 3 nominations (not a very competitive state) & medically qualified. I think I've got a pretty strong package overall, but I'll admit that I'm scared silly over the CFA. I know that they don't post minimums, but that a fail in any one event or overall a low score is an automatic disqualification. The scores above are from a practice test I took today. I also worked out today pretty hard, so I'd guess they will go up--a little. In a real testing scenario, I'd guess I can do about the following: B-ball - 37-41 ft Flexed arm hang - 20-25 sec Shuttle - 9.7-10 sec Sit-ups - 60-63 Push-ups 41-50 Run - 7:35-7:45 I know that these are all "in the zone" and that probably none are disqualifiers by themselves, except maybe the sit-up. But I'm worried about a sit-up disqualification and/or an overall low score. Can anyone give me input? I live in Maine, and I'm hoping to take the test late next week. Any later, and I risk having snow to run through. (It's snowed a couple times already, actually, but it's been melting.) It's a possibility to take it in January at the local university's indoor track, but I'd rather not if I can avoid it. At the same time, obviously if any of these ARE a zinger score then I'll wait. A final note: I am well aware that you do NOT want to be in the low zone at the academy -- thanks Raimius for your really helpful blog posts. I started seriously preparing for this test about 2 months ago (later than I should have, I know. Long story) and I've improved quite a lot. So I am hopeful that, continuing to ramp up my current exercise routine, I will be in a much better place come June. Thanks a lot!