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Last week I received a letter stating the Admissions Board had determined I was scholastically qualified to compete from an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 2013. The letter went on to explain that while being scholastically does not guarantee an offer of admission, it is a major step in the admissions process. Is it still possible that while the board has found me scholastically qualified (I am already medically qualified & did well on the CFA) and I receive a nomination I will not be offered an appointment? To sum it up: What does this mean in terms of ultimately receiving an appointment?