USNA version of the CFA is pass or fail. What the margin to pass is...I do not know. To be qualified to compete for an appointment you must be:
-physically (CFA) q'd ---> P/F. If you pass, you are physically q'd.
pretty good basketball and mile...idk about boys pullups and shuttle run. You should probably try for more pushups, but it's not BAD (i know girls max at 50 on teh CFA so you should probably try for at least that - our platoon leader at NASS said that if you do 25 pushups one night, 30 the next, 35 the next and so on you get used to them really fast. It's true. I'm a girl and after doing that for a month I maxed at 50 on my retake CFA)
all in all i'd say you did pretty well, not that i'm an expert!
I had to submit them to West Point and wanted to resubmit at the same time to USNA, so I emailed my regional director I think, gave her my PE teacher's email, and she sent some kind of form for my PE teacher to fill out online. They definitely retake CFA results
btw thanks a lot for your help! this is really what i needed. honestly im kinda winging it... i have no family in the military and nobody at my high school from my high school went to the naval academy in recent years
Welcome aboard. You'll find lots of people to help you here. Just realize that these are typically candidates or parents. Therefore you'll have to understand that we have learned from our experiences, but none of us is "official". There will be questions that only Admissions will have for you. Don't feel like you have to wing it. Keep us posted on your progress and share your own experiences with the process.
The following young man apparently has his sights set on attending the US Naval Academy. His father was a Navy pilot. I dearly hope that this young man is not indicative of the caliber of future candidates and officers in the US Navy: (Caution: This is NOT "family friendly" reading, and it's not pretty how young Charles Wenzel has tried to cheat and steal via the Internet) http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=399203