I have decided to graduate from high school one year early. The only thing that is stopping me is the deadline for an ROTC scholarship. The number one goal in my life is to be a naval officer. My counselor told me I shouldn't take the ACT so I didn't. However, after I found out that my ACT scores need to be submitted to NROTC by Dec 31 I began to worry. So today, I took the ACT with writing. I know it is very unlikely I will have my scores back in time to submit my application. Another thing that confused me was that I had to submit scores by Dec 31, but the application wasn't due tell Jan 31. Did I read that right? Even if the deadline was Jan 31 I don't know if I would have my scores back. Does anyone know if there is anything I could do that would allow me to still be considered? If I have to I will stay at high school for another year, but I would rather not if there is any way that my application would still be considered I would like to try. I feel that I have a unique situation since I am graduating a year early.