With all the TWE's sent out today, I thought this might be a timely post. I keep reading how re-applicants are viewed favorably. Yet, I've seen multiple posts about candidates applying 2 times and still getting the TWE. One cadet applied three times before he got in. Are re-applicants considered favorably and how can you increase your chances of getting in? How can an applicant stand out as a college student when so many are already taking challenging courses? How much of their high school record helps at this point? Does it just come down to an awesome CFA or amazing essays? I already know the basics: take physics, calc, chem, english, etc; stay active in a sport if you are able; community service, etc. Are extra points added automatically just for re-applying? Thank you for your insight!