Hello! I am about to start my freshman year of college soon at a community college then transfer to a university, where I will join NROTC and try to get a navy flight slot. I have a few questions. I want to major in biology. Is everything the exact same as AFROTC such as class rank, GPA, officer test(ASTB for Navy), and extracurricular activities when they decide on who gets a slot? AFROTC seems more difficult to me in that you have to have a high commander's ranking. Is it the same for NROTC? If so, how do you get a high commander's ranking and ranking?I go to air warriors often and I once read somewhere where about 275 people got a pilot slot out of 9 hundred something total graduates. I'm not sure if they were including marine option as well. How hard exactly is getting a pilot slot from NROTC? That number of flight slots looks really small and the navy changes the amount of flight slots based on their needs.How can I make myself ahead of the competition? I also read about the Navy liking mostly aerospace engineering people and physics majors(technical majors). Will my biology major, which is non-tech affect their decision in putting me on a different designator? My vision is 20/200 but I plan to get PRK surgery. My ultimate goal is to fly jets in the Navy.