Total Army ROTC score?

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  1. Bill1899

    Bill1899 Member

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    I just finished my on line application and the system instructed me to log out and then log back in to calculate my total score. I logged out and then logged back in but I can't seem to figure out what the next step is to calculate my score. Please let me know if anyone knows how to do this.

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  2. Jcleppe

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    Well, that's a new one to me.

    The application actually said to log back in to see you total score?

    To be honest if it is asking this it must be something completly new, I have never heard of this. Maybe some of the new applicants can answer this or let you know if they were asked the same thing.
     
  3. Bill1899

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    Yes, it was a window that popped up after I finished my final entry I did not write the message down but to the best I can recall it said "you must complete the survey and then log out to calculate your total score, go to www.usarmyrotc.com and log in again to view your total score." I completed the survey, logged out and then logged back in but I can't find a total score.
     
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    OK, I thought you were talking about the total score of your application.

    Are you asking about the survey, the one that has about 90 plus questions? My son was one of the first group of applicants that took this survey a couple years ago. At that time ther was not a window that said to log back in for your score, so I'm afraid I can't help you with that one.

    The only other thing I would try is to wait a bit and then log back in and see what it says, other then that I wouldn't worry too much about it, seeing the score won't change it. Do your best on the PFT and the interview should be your concern now.
     
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    Thank you - I wasn't sure if the total score referred to the survey or the entire application. I already did the interview (180 points) and the PFT - 58 push ups, 45 sit ups and 7:25 mile. Not ideal but hopefully enough to qualify. I guess I will sit tight until the first board sends out its decisions.
     

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