I applied for the 4-year NROTC scholarship during my senior year, and I do not expect to begin until 2011. I faintly remember my coordinator telling me that I could not have over a certain amount of college credits, or else I would be disqualified as a 4-year scholarship applicant. I just recently began to question if there was any truth to this claim, and if so, what are the maximum college credits I can have before I would be disqualified from the 4-year scholarship standings? I ask this because I recently have been contacted by a BGO and am following through with the application process to the Naval Academy, just so I do not' short myself on available options. He told me that it would help if, as a post-graduate applicant, I attend college and take courses similar to what plebe year would be (chemistry, English, history, and calculus). I do not want to risk attending these classes if it will disqualify me for my 4-year NROTC scholarship. Please advise.