@Anchor7 Congratulations to your DS ! My DS is also awaiting news from the NROTC and is also from NY-LI region. Can you provide any stats from your DS application ? Curiosity is getting the best of us and like everyone else, we are wondering what his chances of selection might be.
@Anchor7 Just wondering about the SAT, ACT, GPA scores because my DS had his application submitted in early November and has been passed over by a couple of boards already. Curiosity is getting the best of me. He has good alternatives already lined up but I am trying to get a feel for his chances of NROTC scholarship. Once again, congratulations to you and your DS>
Somewhere in my DS' scholarship notification materials it said the majority of scholarships are awarded in March and April. I guess that makes sense, because then they have all the applications in and know what the quality of the pool looks like. I bet @NavyNOLA would have more detailed information.Does anyone know if it's pretty consistent with the amount that they accept each board, or do they accept / fill more towards the end?
Does anyone know if it's pretty consistent with the amount that they accept each board, or do they accept / fill more towards the end?
Only at schools where NROTC has some influence overt the college's admissions process. At most schools they don't. It's the responsibility of the applicant to keep their school choices reasonable.I wish it was more strategic. Tight coordination between NROTC committee, NROTC ivy commander, and ivy admissions. Due to this intel it would give applicants the best chance to be placed and be accepted.......