I am an now an AFROTC AS300 cadet. Still wondering what y'all think my chances of getting a pilot slot are as I go up for rated boards this January? I have 22 flight hours. Here are my scores:
AFOQT Pilot: 97
FT Rank (13/20)
RSS - unknown...
I am an AFROTC AS200 cadet. It seems that everyone is asking this question these days, but what do you think my chances of getting a pilot slot are? I have not gone to field training yet and I have 19 flight hours. Here are my scores:
AFOQT Pilot: 97
Best thing you can do is maintain those high grades. Join extracurriculars and volunteer. Most importantly, do very well on your PFA. That is decently waited and as a smart student might be the only thing that could keep you away.
Basically, this means that you are restricted from certain jobs. For instance, Pilot, CSO, or Special Forces. The best thing you can do to figure out what this means is to check in with your personnelist or recruiter and ask them what the deal is. Most likely there is something wrong medically...
The best thing you can do is to find someone willing to help tutor him or get him one of those ACT study books. There are resources online everywhere that he can take advantage of. The key is practice, practice, practice. This is not an exam that you can cram for. You must look the material over...
I would say that the chances of getting looked at during that board would be low. Then again I do not know how the Board decides who is selected, but from what I heard usually those who submit their applications are usually up first to be evaluated by the board. Two weeks is close. There is a...