I'm Sierra, a senior in high school (I'm home schooled), from Concord, North Carolina (all you NASCAR fans, think Lowe's Motor Speedway). My GPA is 3.62. I took the SAT twice, scoring a 770 (reading), 710 (writing), 570 (math) the first time, and a 740 (reading), 680 (writing), 640 (math) the second. I've spent over three years in Civil Air Patrol, am a Cadet Major, and have held numerous staff positions (and am currently the cadet commander of my squadron of 50+ cadets). I have soloed and am currently working towards my private pilot's license. I've also been active in volunteer service, have a part time job, and am taking all dual-enrollment college classes this year (with a current 4.0 GPA in them). I applied for an AFROTC scholarship in the fall with a political science, strategic intelligence, or Arabic major, and had decent (although not stellar) PT scores (I believe I scored the equivalent of a 86 on the PFT). After I went in for my interview, I was offered the Commander's Leadership Scholarship by the Det 592 commander, to attend UNC Charlotte. I turned it down for two reasons: I don't really like the school (which is why I never applied there) and I can't afford room and board (which would be covered by academic merit scholarships at every other school I applied to). Now I am waiting to hear back from the HSSP boards as to whether I will receive a scholarship. What are my chances of getting a type 2 or type 1?