So, I am currently looking at applying to my universities Naval ROTC, but I'm not sure what it is I'd be applying for. I'm assuming I'll be applying for a 3-year scholarship as I'm currently a freshman at my university. Last year as a senior in high school, I was rejected because my SAT scores for mathematics were just below the ROTC standards as well as my major was Biomedical Sciences. I'm actually good at math, but that SAT score was from my sophomore year of high school and I never retook the test. This year I've since changed my major to chemical engineering and am doing pretty well in all my classes A's and one A-. My main question is if I'm even eligible to receive the scholarship because I'm not currently enrolled in an ROTC unit. Am I pretty much SOL because I didn't get accepted my first year, or do I still have a fighting chance? I understand the scholarship is relatively difficult to get, but I'm going to do my best to get it. My other question is, what kind of things is the review board look for in an application aside from a high GPA and a preferred major? Thanks for your input.