Good Afternoon Everyone, I am a candidate for the class of 2022 for USMMA and I was wondering if people on this forum that are familiar with USMMA could give me some advice. All of my paperwork for the academy is currently turned in for the academy except for seventh semester grades. I have been told by my admissions officer and local admissions rep that I am a "very competitive candidate". Here are some of my stats. GPA: UW 3.95 W 4.67 SAT: 1360 superscored (670 verbal and 690 math) CFA: 6:10 mile, 16 pull ups, 65 push ups, 9.38 shuttle run, 76 sit ups and 59' bball throw Extracurriculars and awards: -CAP: Cadet Captain, Cadet Deputy Commander, Emergency Services Officer, Public Affairs Officer, Communications Officer and Squadron CAC Representative. I also hold a number of Search and Rescue ratings such as Ground Team Leader, Mission Scanner, Ground Team Member 1, Urban Direction Finding Team and Mission Radio Operator. I have also trained and signed off over 20 members for their basic ground team rating in addition to holding various awards and commendations -Sea Cadets: Cadet Seaman, Recruit Training, Unit Commendation, Academic Commendation and Master at Arms School -National Honor Society Member -High School Tutor -Swing Dance Instructor -Country Club Server in which I work over thirty hours a week during school and forty during the summer -Student Pilot: I currently have 12 hours and I am finishing my license this year using a special program through CAP -Superior Honor Roll Student at my high school (over 3.75 GPA) -Five AP Classes and Four Honors Level courses -95 ASVAB I am currently up for three nomination interviews this month and I an specifically concerned with my lack of athletics. Any advice on how to leverage this?