Looking for some insight and possibly some things that we may have overlooked in regards to a decision our DD has to make. She had been waiting on some type of communication from USMA in regards to her appointment status. She was in contact via email with her FFR and RC and was informed yesterday that she was offered a spot at the USMAPS. She has also accepted an AROTC 4 year scholarship along with a presidential academic scholarship to school with a top notch Nursing program about 2 hours from home. Her education would be fully funded. She is ranked 5th in her high school class and has 4.0/5.0 GPA and is a very strong athlete. She was informed all along that her SAT/ACT scores were just average and that may be the only thing holding up a 2022 appointment. She is quite confident she will do well at the prep school and would enter West Point's class of 2023. Starting this whole process relatively late and being unfamiliar with it to say the least, there wasn't enough time to take a course/train to get a better score. Her desire/goal is to become and officer in the US Army and a Registered Nurse and serve in the nursing corp. but is open to other degrees related to the medical field as well. West Point doesn't offer Nursing as a degree option and there is no guarantee that she would even get into a medically related one . I guess the info/advice we are looking for was if anyone else was faced with a similar decision and what their choices/experiences were? Any advice or thoughts would be helpful.