I'm a junior in HS and applying to AFROTC (my brother did it his junior+senior year in college and is now serving his commitment) and I wanted to know the chances of me getting a full 4-year scholarship, which I believe is the hardest one. I'm planning on going into Medical School and becoming a Pediatrician (atm, I'm not sure if this will change but I definitely am going to Med) and I read somewhere doctors and nurses have a higher chance of getting the 4-year. My stats right now are 4.06 weighted GPA (I think 3.9 UW) 1300 SAT (retaking it) No ACT, taking it in Sept. 1 AP class (got a 3), taking another one this year (doesn't count ) 24/194 in my class (top 12%) EC - National Honors Society, Student Ambassadors, French Club, Tutor, Peer Counselor, Piano lessons for 10 years, volunteering at a variety of places, Green Club, job at Chipotle (although I just started that so it wouldn't count), but no sports stuff, so I'm thinking that'll hurt my chances. For the PFA, I practically have to start from scratch. I'm ok with the running since I've done that from time to time, but my problem is I can't do any real push ups or sit ups right now so it will take me awhile to work my way up. That's why I'm worried about applying early because I don't know how quickly I can do the assessment and pass. How early should I be applying to get the best possible chance of getting a scholarship? And will anything else hurt my chances?