ROTC - Still stuck at Board Ready

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  1. Larry321

    Larry321 Member

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    The title says it all.
     
  2. ca2midwestmom

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    You're still ahead of the person who decided s/he probably wouldn't get a scholarship and decided not to apply. :D

    Hang in there -- like others have said before, the military is big on "hurry up and wait." Hope you hear something soon.
     
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  3. Larry321

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    True.

    I should have titled my thread as "Is anyone else's status still (Board Ready)"
     
  4. Larry321

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    UPDATE: Status now "Boarded"
     
  5. Kronk

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    Boarded means that we did not win the scholarship this round, correct?
     
  6. vtechroomie1

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    Incorrect. Boarded means your file has been reviewed. Scholarships should be given in the next week or two. When they are given, if your status remains at boarded, then you did not win the scholarship this round. Hope this helps. Good luck!
     
  7. Kronk

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    I was confused as to that.
    Thank you for the clarification.
     
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    My son's status on the NROTC has said The NSTC Selection/Placement Office has received your application for weeks. Can someone tell me what comes next?
     
  9. Larry321

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    Have your son contact the NROTC official contact and ask what (if anything),needs to be done. Good luck.
     

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