Recently, I was sent an invite to a Candidate Visit to the Naval Academy and I am a junior. I've read that it is good because the academy believes you will triple qualify and are competitive for appointment. However, I still have not heard back about Summer Seminar and I applied the day it opened, and honestly I am seeing people who I believe are less qualified being accepted. I have a 30 on the ACT and a 3.7/4.9 GPA, but I've seen someone with a 23 ACT get in. I know academics aren't all of it, but it is 60% of your admissions score. It isn't as though I have no outside resume: I have five varsity letters ( 3 Lacrosse 2 Football ), I have over 100 volunteer hours, and I've been a class officer twice, and ran for Student Body (I lost, but the fact I was nominated out of 300 eligible to be one of the 12, I believe stands for my leadership, and I was nominated for every position out of the six.) I will also be attending Boys' state and will make a run at Boys' nation. So here are my questions: Should I be anxious if I am denied to Summer Seminar or does the academy feel as though they've already exposed me? Which is an indicator that you are more competitive Candidate Visit or Summer Seminar? I also heard that your plebe writes a report on you, is this true? I think that would help me and lastly can you tell me if I have good chances. Thanks for the Help, Davy.