How much will the NROTC scholarship board weigh a bad driving record? I have had two amended speeding tickets, had an accident cause I ran a stop sign, and exhibition of speed. Also, I have been convicted of reckless driving but the charge was dropped. Here is how the exhibition of speed and reckless driving happened: At the end of January I was spinning donuts with my friends in a vacant parking lot. In the parking lot the wheel broke off of my very old lifted Ford Explorer. When I called my mom, she suggested that we walk across the street to a restaurant for us to stay warm while she picked us up. As we were walking across the street the police showed up and we ran. I was charged with reckless driving and exhibition of speed. I plead guilty of exhibition of speed in order to have reckless driving dropped. I learned a lot from this experience. There was no drugs or alcohol. Fortunately, there were no injuries involved. Other than this I have done all the right things. Varsity wrestler, NJROTC BCO, Eagle Scout, hundreds of hours of community service, extremely good PT scores, a job where I lead and teach adults, I will have many outstanding letters of recommendations from military officers, 27 on the ACT, in the 17% class rank, participated in the Summer STEM camp at USNA, will be participating in Boys State this summer, youth group leader, Military Officers Association of America leadership and academic award. I am very concerned about how this will impact my ability to get a scholarship. Please share your thoughts on how this information will be interpreted. Thank you!