AFROTC Scholarship Interview vs. ALO/Nomination Interview

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  1. zak09115

    zak09115 Member

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    How does the AFROTC sholarship interview compare with an Academy's ALO or Congressman's Nomination interview? My nomination interview was 9 people sitting in front of me, each asking 2 questions. ALO interview was simple and to the point, nothing weird. Your thoughts?
     
  2. singaporemom

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    Bring your updated resume....they should have it but it helps the interviewer to ask about your activities. KNow the answer to "Why do you want to be in the Air Force?"

    Have a few questions about the process, a career path, school choice, etc.

    It should just be one officer and you, getting to know you. at least an hour. My son's was 2-1/2 hours.
     
  3. SJJTitan

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    Yeah the time frame can vary. Mine was with Colonal Huckleberry of the local AFROTC Battalion - very laid back and relaxed. It usually starts with the officer giving you a load of information about the program and the process if you were to get a scholarship. Then the questions...don't wanna give it away, but the questions are VERY different from an ALO or Nom interview. Maybe that was just for me, but these were...well...like I said, different. Good luck!
     

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