NROTC Rolling Admissions for Juniors

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  1. PossibleCandidate2020

    PossibleCandidate2020 New Member

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    I have started my NROTC application and I have almost finished it. I am only a Junior in high school though and some of the questions are about senior year, however it says they are accepting applications for class of 2020. Is it too early to submit my application with the questions about senior year? Should I just ignore the questions about Senior year? What are your thoughts?

    Thanks!
     
  2. usnahopeful19

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    Wow! I didn't think it opened until June. Since NROTC is an application you can save and come back to, I would wait until the summer and then fill in the senior stuff. By that time you will have a good idea of the courses you'll be taking, leadership positions in clubs and sports, and projected accomplishments.
    You definitely don't have to submit your application ASAP as the first board likely won't be until September or even October. Just finish out your Junior year and then come back to the application.
    In the meantime, start getting into shape if you're not already because there is a PT test that goes along with this application.
    Also, you may not have realized, but there is a forum on this site specifically for the ROTC programs.
    Good luck!
     
  3. PossibleCandidate2020

    PossibleCandidate2020 New Member

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    Remember, you'll still need to log in every once in a while, otherwise you will lose all your data.

    Good luck!
     

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