It appears that my son finally has his NROTC interview arranged. After about six weeks of going back and forth with his NROTC "contact" (aka enlisted quota driven person), he decided to arrange a one-on-one interview with a LT at one of his top choice schools for this week, which will fulfill his interview requirement. This is the last piece of his requirements for the NROTC file to be passed on from the contact (one day, perhaps he will update the portal showing that he has received all of the information my son has sent, lol). Anyway, I am trying to get a feel for his chances based on timing. With his file completed in the next 7-10 days, is he still in a good place in terms of his place in line? He has met all of the deadlines with no problem. The big issue has been the back and forth with his contact regarding the interview. Also, what is the next step after everything is done with requirements? Is there a board review? How long does that typically take? Just trying to get a feel for the process and timeline. He has all of his college application material submitted, but this NROTC process has been a little slow with his contact.