SAT HELP!!!

Discussion in 'ROTC' started by Alpineskier, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Alpineskier

    Alpineskier Member

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    I know the Army ROTC application is due on the 28th but they dont have my SAT scores!!! :unhappy: I sent them in December and then again in January and I have emailed them multiple times and no one is saying anything. :confused: I dont know what to do!
     
  2. WAM

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    Hang in there, skier

    Have you tried calling or skyping? I'll be praying what was lost gets found, quick. For more practical advice, I imagine the stateside posters/moderators will be waking soon. I know how tough it is to be on the other side of the planet when a question is pressing.
     
  3. Alpineskier

    Alpineskier Member

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    Does anyone know the phone number? I can only find 1-888-550-ARMY and that is just to talk to a recruiter
     
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    Have you talked to the recruiter you have been working with?
     
  5. ArmyRetired

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    Try this number:

    502-624-6942
     
  6. dunninla

    dunninla Member

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    who conducted your PMS interview? That person is in a better position to help you than you trying to break into Ft. Knox, pun intended. You can also try any PMS at schools you listed on your application, but that is a little tough at this point if you haven't already established a dialogue with him/her.

    This is why it is often commented on this forum that every applicant needs to establish a dialogue early on with the PMS or ROO of their first and second choice schools on the app. If an applicant doesn't have the time, desire, or understanding to do that, it puts them at a disadvantage when it comes to getting updates or fixing issues.
     
  7. Thompson

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    You could also try contacting your Cadet Command point of contact - I believe that's the person that deals with your application more directly than anyone else.

    His/her number is the one listed towards the bottom of the letter you get from CC that informs you of missing parts to your application.
     
  8. Alpineskier

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    I conduced my interview who was a PMS who is my neighbor. And I have talked to my top colleges by email and actually visiting them is not possible living in Korea. And I have no idea who my point of contact is.
     
  9. clarksonarmy

    clarksonarmy Recruiting Operations Officer at Clarkson Army

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    You should have received a number of letters from cadet command and every one of them should have had your POC on it. Daniel Moise, Kathleen Barnes, Linda Reeder, Frank Lennon, and Judith Higgs are the current processors and they will probably handle 10K+ applications this year. they are assigned by first letter of last name. I'm not going to post all their contact information here, because part of the test is being about to carefully read and process the infomation sent to you. One of those 5 people is the person that can best help you get your scores posted. You can always cc usarmy.knox.usacc.mbx.train2lead@mail.mil , which I assume is shared by all of them. and I am betting tran2lead@usacc.army.mil will still work for you.
     

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