I started researching about other books and some of them are quite good for anyone trying to enter a service academy like the Naval Academy. I found the "Naval Academy Candidate Book" and there are also others for each respective service academy.
This is a how to book based on hundreds of interviews with Naval Academy professors, administrators, admissions officials, midshipmen, graduates, congressional staffers and panelists, and parents from across the U.S. It is a complete guide that gives candidates everything they need to know to prepare for the Navy, gain admission to the Academy, and survive after they get there.
Written by a former Service Academy Admissions Officer, this book is a MUST HAVE guide on interviewing if you want to attend the United States Naval Academy. This book gets right to the point and teaches you how to be more than just a file. Ace Your Naval Academy Interview includes an easy to learn interview style that will impress both your Blue and Gold Officer and Nomination panels. In addition, this book contains sample interview questions and tips and tricks to make the best impression possible. Pick up your copy today and be ready to astonish your interviewer.
Dr. Jordan B smith jr.
I attended the U. S. Naval Academy from 1972-1976 earning a B.S. in Mathematics. Served 20 years both active and reserve in the US Marines. Veteran of the Desert Shield/Storm. I earned a MAED and Ed D. specializing in curriculum and instruction from the University of Phoenix in 2015. I graduated from CBC High School in Clayton, MO in 1972.