Hello everyone, I have heard and read that the Naval Academy uses a Rolling Admissions process, and that somehow this is better than the normal process. I do get that the Rolling Admissions means that there are more than one Admissions Board that each process groups of applications. I do not really get the benefit of this Rolling Admissions process. Is it better to submit early for rolling admissions process? or does time not really matter? Is it true that if the board isn't sure of your placement, they can send your application to the next board. What's the benefit of that? What if every board afterwards comes to the same conclusion? I really do not know how this whole process works, so thank you in advance for any explanation of it. Thank you!