Can anyone confirm this? I'm also waiting on a waiver (shoulder injury in August and subsequent surgery). I know of some people who didn't receive waivers until March / April and were offered an appointment.there is a limit on how many appointments can be given off waiver
Do you know if they will review an application for triple qualification if they only have 6 semesters recieved? My semester doesn't even end until the 20th of January.In MOST cases I don't believe your file is reviewed by the admissions committee until your application is finished (including dodmerb, cfa) and a nomination is received. After you have a finished app and a nom has been received by admissions, they will review and determine if 3q or no. If 3q'd you will see an update in portal.
I received my 3Q letter on October 25th. Maybe now that they require your 7th semester transcript, they will take that into consideration for a 3Q letter but I'm not exactly sure how it works. It might be that everything on the portal has to be green at the time WP reviews your application but I can't say with certainty.But was that after January 1st? Because that is the date that they require the 7th semester after.
Medical is only one of the Q's. Getting the waiver does not necessarily mean that you have been qualified academically or athletically, although they would not have scheduled the medical unless the initial screen indicated you had a reasonable chance of being fully qualified. Because of the uncertain timeline of waiver decisions, the waiver would have been automatically requested - even if your file had not gone to the admissions committee. However, you should be able to estimate the other two Q's by your test scores, grades, CFA results, etc.They requested a waiver after I submitted all documents and such. So even though I received a medical waiver, I may not be triple qualified?
Thanks. It seemed like a high number of nominees are unqualified...I feel as though the people who would be getting the noms would be academically and physically qualified at the very least. And medical shouldn't be all that difficult to get through; there's not much that will disqualify you and fewer things still that they won't grant a waver for.USMA releases the number of nominated & qualified candidates every year in the class profile. I'd recommend looking at the numbers for the class of 2020. Just Google West Point 2020 class profile