I received an LOA from West Point about a week and a half ago. I am ecstatic about it! However, it has sort of disrupted my Plan B, C, D, etc. USMA has always been my top choice, but I also decided to apply to AROTC. My ROTC application is not yet complete. I still need an interview, my physical test, and to write my essays. Now that I have an LOA from USMA the only things that could keep me out are either not receiving a nomination or becoming medically disqualified. If I became too injured or sick for USMA I would also probably be disqualified from the ROTC program. The only thing keeping me from withdrawing my ROTC application is the knowledge that in my nomination interviews I might be asked if I am applying. I am planning on including a copy of my LOA with my nomination application packets, do you think it would reflect negatively on me to admit that I am not also applying to ROTC? I don't want the nomination committee to think I am overly confident that I will receive a nomination, but stopping the ROTC application process would relieve some of my stress as I am scrambling to sort out my backup plans and also manage my senior year. I'm sorry if this is a bit jumbled, but I just want some fresh advice.