Hi all. I recently applied to scholarships to A/AF/N ROTC (NROTC was navy option) and I was wondering if you could chance me. GPA: Weighted/Unweighted 4.05/3.66 (I go to a really hard school and take the hardest classes offered, my school does not rank but they do histograms and I am roughly the 10th percentile) SAT: Single score (same as super score) Reading (770) Math (710) Writing (720) Cumulative (1480/2200) AP's: I take Chemistry and Math, however, my school only offers limited AP's and only in Math, Science, and FL (Foreign language), so the only other I could possibly take would be FL. PFA/PFT: For the army I did 56 pushups, 49 situps, and a 7:14 mile run. For AF I did 51 pushups, 51 situps, and a 12:39 1.5 mile Sports: Baseball and Football freshman year, ultimate frisbee other years, trap and skeet throughout high school (Including a silver medal at the MA state schoot and 4th in division at MA Junior Olympic championships) Leadership/EC's: Held a 15 hr/week job as lifeguard/swim teacher for Junior year, CIT and counselor in summers of 2012 and 2013. President of 2 school clubs and member of 2 more. Misc: High honor roll every quarter except for 2 when I got honor roll instead, Excellence in social studies and English, and graduating with an engineering certificate (taking extra science/applied tech courses) For navy, my selected major was tier 2 (engineering psychology). I am aiming for something similar with the army and AF. I applied to and got into Tulane w/ honors program and 25k/year (It says it is not compatible with an ROTC scholarship but should I tell the services about that anyways?) I applied ED to Washington University in St Louis and have about a 50/50 shot at getting in. Unfortunately, there is no NROTC at WASHU. I am a white male. Basically I'm wondering if my academics can overcome my lousy PT scores and arguably limited sport involvement. Thanks!