I recently received a rejection email for the USNA class of 2020. Therefore, I quickly started my plan to reapply for the USNA class of 2021. I have a variety of questions on how I can improve my application for reapplying this coming year. I am currently a senior and have a GPA of 4.36 as a International Baccalaureate (IB) full diploma candidate. I am the President of my Beta Club, Vice President of my National Honors society, Co-captain of my Varsity wrestling team and I am involved in a variety of church and leadership groups in my community. I also volunteer through my church, homeless shelters, and service projects at my school. I also attended Boys State and was selected by my faculty to be awarded the junior class Leadership Award along with the junior class Outstanding Social Studies Student Award. Unfortunately, my test scores were not where I would have liked. SAT scores - 620 in math, and 540 in reading. I have taken the test numerous times attempting to raise my scores along with private tutoring but those were my best scores as of now. With all of this being said, my plan is to take summer courses in college to prepare myself as a competitive candidate for the class of 2021. I plan to take college algebra, Pre-calc and an English course in the summer to show the USNA that I can be successful in a college atmosphere. The college algebra should also help me when I retest on the SAT. My plan is to continue with the recommended courses in the fall being Calc-1, Chemistry, history and English. From the persepective of a current/former midshipman or BGO, is this what I will need to do to gain an appointment next year? If not, what are the recommendations/steps I need to take to become more competitive. Thank you for any response!