I'm a highschool rising senior and am interested in applying for army ROTC scholarships. I was curious how I stack up against the average applicant and if I have a good chance for scholarship (preferably full ride). Scholar 3.85 unweighted gpa, 4.15 weighted. 31 ACT. prospective chemical engineering student. Member of national honor society and math honor society. Our school is broken into 4 "houses" with students form each grade in each house. One senior is chosen to be the leader of them all. So I guess you could call me 1 of 4 copreseidents? Extras A boyscout. Will hopefully reach rank of Eagle by November (im afraid not before I apply ). A cellist for 9 years. Attended the Tennessee American Legion boys state program. A leadership program run but the veterans association. Atteneded Tennessee Governor's School: 68 scholars applied and were chosen for this. Very competitive. spend 1 month of summer at a university taking college classes for credit. Athletics: White male, 5' 11" 145 lbs. Rowed varsity crew year round for 2 years. calculated around 1500 hours spent here. (but never held a captain position due to the head coach) Will be running Cross Country my senior year I am in very good physical shape, but upper body strength is my biggest weakness. to give you an idea: 2 mile run time- 11:40, 2 minutes situps - around 90, 2 minute push up- around 60 (time is not my problem, I just get exhausted by 60). Side notes I am an avid backpacker/outdoors man. I have camped more then 90 nights and bacpacked over 500 miles. I got into this hobby with my dad who is 16 years retired military major (infantry). So how do my chances look for a scholarship? preferrably full ride?