- Aug 4, 2008
i've applied to USNA, USAFA, and USMA and i just got rejected for a waiver to USNA due to a lower extremity issue (i wear foot inserts/orthotics) and one episode of sleepwalking after age 12. i've read that they will consider you for a waiver if you are normally competitive enough for admission, despite medical deficiencies. i've been in CAP for about 3 years now, gotten my Earhart and many other awards, got a 30 on ACT and am going to take it again on the 25th, got a 1200 on SAT and just got done taking it last weekend for hopefully a higher score, many national academic awards, National honor society, spanish honor society, debate, cross country, and track where i'll hopefully break the state record in discus. i've turned in all paperwork except for CFA, which i'll be doing two weekends from now. does anyone know if the above information is competitive enough to get a waiver from USMA or USAFA? if not, i guess i'll stick to applying for the regent's scholarship at nebraska and other ROTC programs. thanks for anyone's help. i appreciate the help this website has been.