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What are my chances of getting into US Naval academy, West Point, coast guard acad?

andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
edited October 2013 in What Are My Chances?
my high school gpa is going to be a 90 (not too sure what that is on a 4.0 scale)

Im taking the SAT's in may but i have a rough estimate of what I will probably get

Math 700-780
Reading 600-650
So out of 1600 I will probably average out on a 1350-1400

Im involved in 14 different club activities.
Im in wrestling and track.
Im involved in an independent science research project to be submitted into INTEL science research by my senior year.
Im an honors and ap student.

Oh and I also won Honorable mention for my long island science congress social science research project in 10th grade.

And ill be taking the math SAT II part 1 in june (which I know I will do excellent on {700-800})
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Replies to: What are my chances of getting into US Naval academy, West Point, coast guard acad?

  • andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    I know i posted the same info up before. But I want to know if I can get into these schools as well.
  • shaneomac9122shaneomac9122 Posts: 103Registered User Junior Member
    I'm not extremely familiar with Naval and Coast Guard, but your test scores look good enough to get you into West Point. Also, I know they look to see if you are physically active, so wrestling and track should be major pluses. Good luck, and sorry I can't be of more help.
  • Biner_51Biner_51 Posts: 139Registered User Junior Member
    Military universities have increased their academic standards, but I think you'll still be fine with your SAT and GPA. However, they pay much more attention to activities and ECs (specifically athletics) than other schools, so look out for that.
  • ADSFLXADSFLX Posts: 12Registered User New Member
    i was informed u dont need SAT2s for the military schools?
  • sblogblahsblogblah Posts: 238Registered User Junior Member
    How many AP classes and honors classes did you take?
  • andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    Honors Biology
    Honors Math 10 (math a/math b)
    Honors Chemistry
    Honors Math 11 (math b)
    Projects 2 Science research Honors
    AP Statistics
  • sblogblahsblogblah Posts: 238Registered User Junior Member
    I think you might have a hard time getting into naval at Annapolis other than that i think you are OK for the other two.
  • andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    How will I have a hard time getting into Naval academy and not have a hard time in west point? There the same type of level to get into.
  • andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    Anyway my SAT scores are right there. I dont think I will have a problem with getting into Naval acad.
  • sblogblahsblogblah Posts: 238Registered User Junior Member
    whoops i meant west point and naval.. I'm tired sorry.
  • sblogblahsblogblah Posts: 238Registered User Junior Member
    I think you will have a hard time is because of your course rigor, and ec wise a bit.
  • andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    Im involved in 14 clubs. How am I off EC wise. You obviously dont know what your talking about. Im sorry but I know for a fact I can get into both those schools. Or atleast have a good chance in doing so.
  • andyboy23andyboy23 Posts: 210Registered User Junior Member
    And im not being rude or anything so sorry if it came off that I snapped at you.
  • sblogblahsblogblah Posts: 238Registered User Junior Member
    I know what you are saying and you are right, but the admission rate is around 15% for both schools.
  • raimiusraimius Posts: 2,359Registered User Senior Member
    What leadership have you had? Numbers of ECs are great, but the academies look at commitment and leadership in them, as well.

    Academically, you look pretty good (although a GPA calculation would be nice).
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