NROTC Marine Option Stats

Discussion in 'ROTC' started by MarineNROTCselectee, Dec 19, 2017.

  1. MarineNROTCselectee

    MarineNROTCselectee New Member

    Dec 19, 2017
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    I’ve been reading this forum throughout my entire application process. I finally received the call that I had been selected for a MO NROTC scholarship. One of the main things that I looked for on this forum was what the past winners stats were. I’ll post mine and hopefully any other winners can post theirs as well for future applicants.

    1300 SAT
    3.5 gpa
    Multiple AP/honors classes
    National Honor Society

    Varsity Track and Field
    Varsity soccer
    280 PFT

    Eagle Scout/Senior Patrol Leader
    Track Captain

    Interview went very well
    Letter of Recommendation from Active Duty Marine Officer
    Very active with my local enlisted recruiter, which my XO knew about

    Admitted Mj use 2015 but I believe they understood that I had matured since then and it was a one time thing.

    I found it really helpful to see what successful applicants looked like. If any other winners want to post their stats I’m sure it would be appreciated.
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  2. jedbartlet

    jedbartlet New Member

    Dec 15, 2017
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    Congrats to all the other scholarship winners! I revieved the call that I was selected a few days ago. Hope this is helpful to future applicants!!
    Also I'm a girl and was told being able to do pull-ups made me stand out a lot.

    32 act
    3.8 gpa
    5 on bc calc and apush, 4 on ap bio

    282 pft (6 pull-ups, 91 crunches, 20:50 run)
    XC, track 4 years
    Run 4 half marathons

    Section leader in band and marching band
    Xc and track captain
    Elementary and middle school tutor
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  3. NDROTCDad92

    NDROTCDad92 Member

    May 31, 2017
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    Here are my sons stats for you. He was selected District 4 first Board for 2018 academic year.

    1. 4.0 GPA in advanced classes, AP. Etc...
    2. All Detroit Catholic League in BB, and Captain
    3. 2 time State Champion in Golf, and Captain
    4. 3 time All Detroit Catholic League in Golf
    5. Honorable Mention All-State Golf
    6. National Honor Society , VP
    7. Student mentor program leader/founder
    8. 100s of service hours
    9. 29 ACT (English and math super score 31)
    10. 285 PFT
    11. Military family

    The one thing I am seeing that is consistent is a solid PFT score by all accepted candidates.
  4. schen732

    schen732 Member

    Nov 26, 2017
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    I was awarded the scholarship. here are my stats:
    Academics: 1540 SAT, 34 ACT, 3.84 unweighted GPA
    4 on 2 AP tests, 5 on 4 AP tests

    Athletics: 245 PFT score
    4 years varsity baseball, 3 years varsity captain
    Amazing letter of recommendation from coach

    Interview also went very well.

    In my opinion, my coach's letter of rec is what secured the scholarship for me.
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  5. parentofhopeful

    parentofhopeful Member

    Oct 18, 2017
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    DS stats. Selected first board. Hope this helps someone else !

    1410 SAT (took SAT 5 times, improving each time, the board likes to see someone try, try again)
    3.75 GPA unweighted
    5 on 2 AP tests
    All honors/AP courses 4 years
    National Honor Society 2 years
    Math Honor Society 2 years

    Sports: 249 PFT (after previous score of 225)
    4 years XC (captain 1 year)
    4 years indoor track (captain 1 year), 3 years outdoor track, 1 year lax
    Trained for and participated in 2 triathlons (on his own)
    Played summer lax for 2 summers

    Eagle Scout at age 13
    Boy Scout for 7 years holding various leadership psoitions
    Venture Scout for 2 years
    Youth Advisory Board member 3 years
    Peer tutor
    Secretary for Future Business Leaders of America 3 years
    Volunteered at summer camp as teen leader for 200+ hours

    AP World History student of the year
    First place in state conference for Future Business Leaders of America for IT
    2 awards for Integrity
    Student of the month for social studies

    Father and grandfather served in Marine Corps
  6. pullups4chesty

    pullups4chesty Member

    Dec 22, 2017
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    Selected first board.

    3.5 UW
    1210 SAT
    Math: Precalculus
    English: Honors or AP all four years

    300 PFT (24 overhand pull-ups, 127 crunches, 16:17 3 mile)
    4 years XC (2 captain)
    3 years track (1 captain)
    Top varsity runner, freshman most improved

    Boys State
    Debate VP
    Young Republicans President
    Summer job, work weekends
    VP of 501c3
    Roughly 300 service hours

    For the interview: It went very well. Be comfortable playing mental gymnastics; each of my responses stood firm but relatively dynamic in tone and subject matter.

    For the PFT: It’s a game of long-endured mental discomfort. I’m an athletic 135 and 5’6 on a good day. Don’t let the tall, robust Marine archetype intimidate you.

    For the EC’s: Commitment is king. Develop a general theme. I think they’d give me a different look if I bounced around with “Sailing Team Captain, “Rubik’s Cube Club VP,” and “Music for Others Co-Founder.”