Hiya! Here's a short intro into my person: Military Brat, High School Senior, ACT of 26, GPA of 1.87 (Hoping for it's raise this year.), Extremely Limited School/Community Activities/Leadership Experience. I want to know if it was worth it for me to attempt to apply for NROTC Scholarships. I'm currently in the middle of the application process, but I was told that I have to re-write both of my essays for it (Reasons for wanting to become an Officer, and Why I should be chosen) because they were both "too personal." I have 4 days to make both more "professional," but I'm unsure on how since I don't have much of a record for activities, or jobs, to put examples of. There's reasons for lack of everything, but I think that it doesn't matter in the long run. Would continuing just be a waste of effort, since I've seen some of the other people applying, and they're tremendously more qualified because of what they've already done? Or should I just take a shot in the dark, because a low chance is better than no chance at all? I'm sorry to take up all of your guys' time, but any help would be make me incredibly grateful. Thank you!