My junior year has just ended and it is now time to begin my application. Please be brutally honest on my chances of getting into Rotc with a 4 year scholarship. I have been running cross country and track for 7 years now. I have ran in the cross country state meet since my freshman year and contributed to 3 consecutive state championships in crosscountry. In 2013 I was an Allstate crosscountry runner with a time of 16:42 (three mile). I am likely to become team Captain in the 2014 season. I also have 3 letters in track. I have been the president of my class freshman through junior year and have recently been elected student body executive president. Also, I have collected many many hours of community service (300+). My community service is mostly with the American legion and my church I have been alter serving at my church since I was nine. I also work at a catering company as a part time job. Throughout high school I have maintained a 3.5 gpa and take honors classes. I have been a member of the national honors society for two years and was an officer this year. I have been nominated to attend boys state and will attend. About a year ago I took the act for the first time and scored a 22. With that being said, I have been taking classes to boost my scores and have made a 27 in English and reading on the practice test. I am not very great with math and science, for that reason I do not plan on taking a technical major in college. I know that the military wants cadets with technical majors, but I was planing on taking international relations or public relations. How bad will my major choice hinder my chances of receiving a 4 year scholarship? The school I want to go to is a public institution in-state.