Service Academy Admissions: An Insider's Guide to Getting Accepted

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov 29, 2016 - 126 pages

Need help with your Military Service Academy Application?

Everything you need to fill out that overwhelmingly complicated Service Academy Application has been simplified and explained within this book.

Service Academy Admissions: An Insider's Guide to Getting Accepted is a comprehensive manual explaining everything you need to complete your application for the Naval Academy, the Military Academy, or the Air Force Academy as well as your applications for the various Nomination Sources.

This is the ultimate How-To workbook written by a former Service Academy Admissions Officer that will cover:

  • Deadline Management
  • Brainstorming Unique Essays
  • Writing & Editing Essays
  • Acing Interviews
  • Interview Question Bank
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Resumes
  • Candidate Fitness Test - Preparation, Tips & Tricks

Service Academy Admissions walks you through all the secrets on how to stand out from the crowd and get noticed by Admissions and Nomination Panels.
Tags# Naval Academy; Annapolis; Air Force Academy; West Point; Military Academy

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About the author (2016)

Ashley Schmitt is a United States Air Force Academy graduate, class of 2000 and has achieved the rank of Lt Colonel. During her active duty time, she served as a Regional Director of Admissions at the Air Force Academy and as a guest faculty member in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. She has read and evaluated 20,000+ candidate application packages and understands what Service Academy Admissions and Nomination Boards are looking for. She currently runs Professional Service Academy Consultants, a consulting company that helps students with their Service Academy and Nomination packages. Check out her website for more information on getting personalized help with your Service Academy Application.

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