Discussion in 'ROTC' started by metsycats, Jul 7, 2016.
Going in for my NROTC officer interview in a couple of hours! I'm beyond excited, wish me luck!
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That moment to think will help you sound calm, thoughtful, and confident.
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It was really easy, I was interviewed by a lieutenant for about 25 minutes. He asked me a bunch of questions like "when has misscommunication had a negative impact on you" "what are some traits of a bad communicator" "when did you have to be a follower instead of a leader" "what do you do outside of varsity sports to stay in shape" "what do you want to do in the navy and why" "when have you made a bad decision and what was the outcome" ... Etc. There were a few questions I couldn't answer simply because I didn't have enough life experience and he told me he appreciated my honesty. He also recorded my answers on his phone.
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