Hi, I'm interested in an Air Force ROTC scholarship. I'm looking for a type one scholarship. I have a 4.0 UW GPA and a 4.29 W GPA. I come from a small private school, so I'm taking the most advanced courses and doing as well as I possibly can, but the weighted GPA can't go higher. For SAT scores, I have a 2030 (720M, 680 CR, 630 W), but I'm taking it again, so they will go up. If I'm not mistaken, they only count the math and critical reading portions, so writing would not be counted? Like I said, my school is small, so there are very few opportunities that most students would have. My major will be in computer science (competitive). I volunteer for a local IT/computer nonprofit to help fix computers, set up networks, etc. I've volunteered at many robotics tournaments. I've been a student congress representative and vice president of the school for two years each. I've done well at the science fair. I've made it to the state science fair five straight years and have many awards from that. All from my high school years have been in computer science. I'm heavily interested in computer security, and I'm very good at it. I've done very well leading a team in CyberPatriot, a computer security defense competition. I've done other things in the field, including participating in a professional, local computer defense exercise, volunteering at a collegiate computer defense exercise, being awarded scholarships to the local computer security conference, and being a finalist for the US cyber defense challenge. I've also done robotics my freshman year, and have led a team for a local quiz bowl/trivia competition that's televised. I've done track all years. I plan on applying to the top (mainly public) colleges in computer science, including MIT (low chances, but a dream), Berkeley, UCLA, UCSD, UW Seattle, UT Austin, Michigan, and UIUC (maybe some more). Also, I believe I have to take some sort of fitness test. Are these results included as part of my application, and do they have some weight, or are they just simply to determine if I'm not grossly overweight/out-of-shape? I'm neither of those, but I'm sure the pushups, situps, and 1.5 mile run wouldn't be excellent unless I strongly worked on them. My father is an O6 in the Marines; would that have any effect? I don't think it would, but I've seen some people mention it, so I'm just curious if it would. I'm excited about joining and my future, and I think my personality traits and leadership qualities are there. What do you think my chances are? What should I work on? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.