What are the chances of getting boarded by the next Board on November 6 if an AFROTC application is completed now - 2 weeks away from the board? So is it possible for an interview to be scheduled, then take place, then be submitted to the board in a 2 week time span? (As a former soldier, I know how slow the military can be at times) So the story behind this question is my DS has one thing left to do for his application - the PFA test. He delayed taking the test for a couple weeks because he wanted to train for it more to improve his score. Then when he was scheduled to take it about a week ago, he came down with the flu. He missed a couple days of school this week and has felt weak since then. So he delayed the test with the high school AD who was going to administer it, but is planning on taking it on Monday. So is it even a possibility to get boarded in November? Or if not, should he take this opportunity to fully recover and train some more for a couple more weeks and then take the PFA test, submit the application and hope for the next board in January?