My DS is a 17 year old senior and is applying for a NROTC Marine Option scholarship. He has a 3.9 (weighted) GPA with multiple honors and AP courses. He's a 3 sport varsity athlete, Captain of his wrestling and baseball teams, National Honor Society and received awards for outstanding leadership through his school. He hasn't officially taken the PFT but on his own and when he drills with the recruiters, he is scoring between a 285 and 290. His letter's of recommendation were very good from what I've seen. The problem is with his ACT. He currently has a 24 and will be retaking it on September 21st. He's been doing a lot to prep. He does 3 hours a night at Huntington and takes a practice test every Saturday. His recruiter wants him to do the Officer Interview and PFT shortly and send in the packet for the first board which he says meets in early November even before he gets his September ACT scores. Do you think he should send it in even with his low ACT or wait and send it in if/when he raises his ACT score? Thank in advance for the help!