I'm currently a high school sophomore and was wondering if I stood at all a chance(so far) of getting the marine option scholarship for NROTC. I would just like to know how I can improve and what I could do to stand out as a candidate. •Taken three honors classes-signed up for AP classes next year however. •1030 on PSAT •4.0 GPA •64 on ASVAB •8:14 mile time, 50 pushups, 52 curl ups •First chair bassoonist in Symphonic and community band •Third year alto sax player in marching band. •Commanded armed squad for drill teamin Army JROTC and should command platoon next year. •Was platoon leader in JROTC class, currently S-1 main assistant and should be main staff next year. •Part of Raiders/Orinteering, I've participated in two March or Dies and was part of the winning team of the first inaugural Camp Mackall Competion. •Has done community service, mostly tending veteran supporting events such as assisting at the Moving Vietnam Memorial(our county brought in a replica of the Vietnam War Memorial for Veterans Day and I assisted by handing out programs and locating names on the wall).