I'm going to admit that I dropped the ball during the first half of High School and it took me a while to kill bad work habits that damaged my GPA. There's very stark and marked improvement, but my GPA is still terrible. Applying to Army ROTC SAT 2140 ACT 31 GPA 2.6 uw (A 2.7 now, but I just got the grades from this semester and have yet to update them) Mostly all Honors classes or AP (4 AP classes with updated transcripts) 3 Different languages at the Honors level 2 years wrestling, 4 years football(1 Varsity letter) President of Model UN Member of Speech and Debate Boy's State Delegate Fitness Test: 51 pushups, 46 situps, 7:16 mile The two primary schools I have applied to are Fordham and Hofstra. I've gotten into the former already and should know about the latter by the end of the month. My test scores have been my saving grace so far, but I want to know if my GPA will kill my chances. I had heard from a family friend who had talked with someone they knew who was involved in the selection process about his own son, and they had said that they primarily look at test scores over GPA as an indicator. I'm not sure how much truth there is to that, so I figured I would ask people that have been selected to see if I still have a shot.