So here's the whole story. In high school I smoked weed. I'd say it was a little more than experimental (I consider experimental like once or twice) but I was far from a frequent user, I would smoke like once every other month or so. Anyways, I applied for and got a four-year army scholarship. When I arrived on campus they pulled all the scholarship kids out of class to fill out their enrollment forms, and when they asked me if I had ever done illegal substances I answered "Yes" and wrote "rarely" in the box. Come this year (MSIII) I was filling out the paperwork for ascensions and for LDAC and when the question popped up I didn't know what to put, thinking, "Well, I already told them yes, do they mean since that answer?" So I asked a buddy, and he said to put no so I just did and moved on. That never sat well with me and I was talking to my friends about it and they told me to not worry about it and to not bring it up. But I couldn't let it go so I went down and talked to my cadre on changing my answer to "Yes". Then they opened my file they saw my DODmerb where I put "no" when I was still in high school. I was surprised, as I don't remember filling out the DODmerb, and I honestly can't say whether I put no as a lie or if I was just checking no boxes down the line and missed it. They told me that at LDAC, they are going to see my DODmerb and my ascensions packet, which both said no, and that was it. It was up to me what I wanted to do. I've decided that I want to be honest with it and am changing my ascensions packet to "yes" so all my paperwork since high school is forthright and correct. In talking with my PMS, he told me "Could I charge you with failure to disclose? Yes. Am I? Hell no. You're a good kid who made a mistake in high school and has obviously shown a lot of integrity in bringing this to our attention and trying to fix it. But, I've never seen this before, so I don't know what's going to happen and it's not always my call." And that's what I'm hoping to find here, if any one here knows what's going to happen. I've come to terms that I might lose my scholarship and have been forming plans B, C, and D, but I'm at least comforted in knowing that I'm doing the right thing. The uncertainty is just killing me, though. Basically, from my understanding, my options range from a "Hey, you're good to go" to waiting a year for LDAC for waivers to disenrollment.