I'm a nervous wreck right now. I am applying for a NROTC scholarship right now, but looking over the application, I'm in very poor shape. I'm a soon-to-be Eagle scout (my final board of review in on the 28th of this month), with over 7 years of scouting under my belt. I have roughly 192 community service hours. I have an 3.36 average for my GPA. I have a 29 on the ACT and a 1800 on the SAT. I am a 4 year varsity swimmer, with one varsity letter and 2 school records. Yet, my math scores are fairly poor, in the C and B range. In addition, I am not pursuing a major in the tier 1 or tier 2 majors. So my chances of getting the NROTC scholarship has probably just went down the drain. As for my question, are there any differences between the Marine option and the Navy option? Do I have a better chance of getting the Marine option versus the Navy Option. Truthfully, I would rather go into the Navy Option, but I need a ROTC scholarship, this is my only way to go to college. Thank you, I truly appreciate any info on the matter.