What Are My Chances?

<p>Hi Everyone,</p>

<p>I completed my application to USNA on friday and was wondering what insight people could offer into my chances on being admitted.</p>

<p>I currently have a 3.96 unweighted GPA and have taken all honors classes when available. I have also taken 4 AP classes to date and am taking another 4 this year. The four taken last year were AP Language (Score of 4) AP Government and Politics (Score of 4) AP European History (Score of 5) AP Environmental Science (Score of 5), and this year I am taking AP Statistics, Ap Calculus AB and BC, and AP U.S. History. I have taken the ACT not the SAT. My scores for the ACT were:
Math: 34
Science: 32
English: 29
Reading: 32
Writing: 9</p>

<p>I play 3 sports
Volleyball: Two time Letter Winner, Scholar Athlete, and 2nd team All-Conference
Swimming: Three time Letter Winner, Two time most improved
Lacrosse: 4 year starter, Defensive MVP, and Honorable Mention All-Conference</p>

<p>I also have taken summer classes at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed independent research at UW-Madison in the department of Biomedical Engineering. I have also had a lifeguarding job throughout high school.</p>

<p>Other awards I have received are:
Academic Varsity Letter
AP Scholar with Honor
Treasurer of NHS
State Finalist for National History Day
2 time State Solo and Ensemble competitor
I have also Attended a CVW at USNA</p>

<p>I have approximately 120 hours of community service scattered between alter serving, NHS events, blood drives, working concessions stands and volunteering at my local soup kitchen.</p>

<p>My congressional interviews have already been completed and the went very well in my opinion.</p>

<p>My CFA did not go very well however. I took it about a week ago and did not score well. My volleyball team does 0 conditioning so I was fairly out of shape. If I hear nothing for USNA I am planning on retaking it in december during my swim season when I believe I can score much better and most likely higher than the averages for all of the events.</p>

<p>If you have some insight into the application process I would love to hear it. Thanks in advance for the help.</p>