Nomination question

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  1. awhin3

    awhin3 Member

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    Okay, well about three months ago, I developed an overwhelming desire to attend West Point. Last summer I didn't think the academy was for me and I applied for, and was awarded, an AROTC scholarship instead. Well, I decided to try, because I don't want to go through life knowing I never did.

    Anyways, my question is: Should I try to get a nomination in the district that I currently live in for three more months, or wait until I move to Ohio State in September?

    Also, I won't have to worry about dodmerb since I've already been qualified correct?
     
  2. Szpieg

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    depends where you live now...the less people apply in a distric, the higher chance you have
     
  3. Dixieland

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    Are you moving permanently to Ohio or are you just heading off to college there? You receive a nomination from your MOC in the state/district where you are a permanent resident.
     
  4. Iwheel

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    This is interesting.
    You may qualify to seek recommendations from both representatives.
     
  5. awhin3

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    I will be a student, so that answers the question. Thanks
     

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