Experiences with FFRs ("Field Force Rep" or in your terminology "interview person") varies pretty substantially. Generally though, it seems too early to be reaching out to your area FFR in the Winter of your junior year of high school. There is probably no reason to contact the FFR until a substantial portion of your application has been submitted - so you should probably be thinking summer when you will be a rising high school senior - at earliest. Sometimes, a FFR will reach out to you before you have contacted them. But, that is not a problem. It is not particularly uncommon for a FFR to wait until an application is either complete or very nearly complete before an interview will be scheduled.I am graduating highschool class of 24 and want to apply to West Point. However, I was wondering, do I have to contact my interview person or will they contact me when my application is completed to the best of my ability?
Not sure the reason behind. It could be DS didn't pass CFA during SLE but still consider admissible in our district.Why did he need another after SLE, if you don’t mind me asking? I did one there and didn’t need to do another.