|By Skirbyy (Skirbyy) on Saturday, June 05, 2004 - 11:50 am: Edit|
I forgot to register for the SAT in June (long story), but I do want to apply to West Point. For the letters for the congressmen and the service-related letters, should I send those immediately, even if I currently have a very poor SAT score, or should I wait until I take the SAT in October and get my results at the very end of October to send them out? I know I can do the candidate form before the December 31st deadline, but I was wondering if I'm at risk of not getting in if I have to wait until October to get a good SAT score.
|By Julieswimmer23 (Julieswimmer23) on Saturday, June 12, 2004 - 07:34 pm: Edit|
ok... i had a bad SAT score.. i only had a 1080 and i still sent my stuff in... i took the SAT 6 more times up until the november test. My advice is to send your stuff in and let them know that you'ur taking the test again. Depending on your senator and congressman, because each one is different, send in your letters requesting information for them to nominate you and put in your early action card. Point of advice also... with West Point no matter when you send in your info it will get checked over the second it goes in. You don't necessarily get "early decision." If anything I'd be worrying about would be your medical status. I would be reporting for R-day in a few weeks if it weren't for my medical, instead I'm going to a civilian prep school for a year so it can get resoloved and I can get a waiver.
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