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chances of acceptance?

usnamid2017usnamid2017 Posts: 2Registered User New Member
edited December 2012 in Naval Academy - Annapolis
hi, im applying the naval academy and i want to know if anybody could tell me roughly if my chances are good/great/not so great.

I am an honor student at a private school
I run all three seasons (xc, indoor and outdoor track)
I did ALA girls state AND ALA girls nation
SGA president
I went to summer seminar
my application was in very early
I was invited to and went to a candidate visit weekend
My brother is a graduate and currently active duty
I think my blue and gold interview went really well
In many school clubs
Active in community service
DODMERB qualified
Very strong teacher recommendations
I am a female
I live in a very competitive state

any feedback on what anyone thinks my chances are would be much appreciated.
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Replies to: chances of acceptance?

  • usnamid2017usnamid2017 Posts: 2Registered User New Member
    oh i forgot my best SAT scores are 590 math and 670 critical reading
  • CE527MCE527M Posts: 4,986Registered User Senior Member
    What`s your GPA?

    We really can`t give you a huge idea...there are so many variables that go into getting accepted. Your Math SAT score is a little low.
  • Whistle PigWhistle Pig Posts: 4,093- Senior Member
    A virtual crap shoot trying to chance you. As noted, your math, for a traditional candidate, is mediocre. Being from a highly competitive state could well impact your possibilities. Conversely, having a successfully commissioned sibling and USNA grad could well impact your possibilities. Another positive indicator is your CVW, altho I'd be cautious in placing too much weight on that. 50-50. Wish I could be more encouraging. The best news is you're still in the game.

    If you're a person of genuine faith, pray. God's grace is boundless.

    Keep us posted.
  • NAPS05momNAPS05mom Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    Keep taking the SAT to get your math up. Reading is ok. Not great. But ok and shouldn't hurt too bad. But being that the Academy is heavy Math/Science, that weighs heavily. Other things we don't know like people said GPA, Rank, How many APs? Classes? Minority Status? Awards received etc. Does anyone know how much a sibling graduate weighs in?
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