AFROTC scholarship chance me ?

Discussion in 'ROTC' started by Pima, Sep 19, 2011.

  1. Pima

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    I know many have no desire to apply to an SA, but I think it is important that those applying for an AFROTC scholarship understand that these candidates will apply for AFROTC as plan B, thus a trickle down effect.

    DO NOT just look at the ROTC forum here, look at the SA forums too when you want to be chanced.

    This is from the AFA forum

    I am not trying to scare anyone, I am trying to illustrate don't live in a bubble and ASSUME because you are not applying to an SA, that every AFROTC candidate is not applying.

    AFROTC and the AFA boards DO NOT TALK. They offer scholarships without consideration of each other.
     
  2. bpanter94

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    Looks like the ACT/SAT are going to be a quote "HUGE" factor this year in the appointment selection for AFA and the scholarship selection for AFROTC! Wonder why the AFA super scores these tests while AFROTC takes the highest composite score?
     
  3. Pima

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    My assumption, and we know what assume means is that the AFA does superscore because the other SAs do that. Believe it or not superscoring hasn't always been around...back in my day it was the best composite sitting....not only that, but you were penalized if you took it a 3rd time(they would avg the 3 sittings).
     

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