Hello All, I applied to VMI my senior year of HS and got waitlisted (3.2 gpa, 5/5 AB calc score, 4/5 BC Calc score). Looking at some of the posts on this forum I am actually surprised I got waitlisted, but I heard that it was because I was a local and did not give an interview. I have spent some time at an out of state Engineering school and I've just completed my freshman year with a 3.6 gpa. calc 2 and 3 completed (multivariable/linear algebra and integral calculus) both A's, also I have completed some Electrical Eng courses with A's, all other Engineering courses were completed with A's. I got a D in English my first semester but retook it my second for a B, nothing else is outstanding on my record. I want to transfer to VMI for my Junior and senior years (or as I think it is called, the 2nd and 1st years), getting an Officer commission in the US Navy preferably a SEAL slot. Sorry for rambling, is it worth it to transfer to VMI for my junior and senior years? What are the chances of me getting accepted after two years of College? I have read that VMI accepts 2 year transfers but I'm a bit unsure of it actually happening. If all else fails I am going to transfer to UVA or VT. (VMI/UVA/VT are all cheaper engineering schools than the one I currently go to if you're searching for my reasoning) Thanks for taking the time to read this jargon!