Ok I understand it's challenging to get an educational delay in rotc. I want to be a doctor. What if I did the ROTC nurse Option and applied for an educational delay to medical school. That way I could still try and get an educational delay but if I'm not granted the delay I can still spend the next 4 years doing something I like (nursing). So basically this is the breakdown. Get ROTC scholarship for nursing. Senior year apply for a educational delay to med school. If I get the delay GREAT. If I don't at least I can be a nurse for the next 4 years and do something I'm interested in. Is this a good plan, or would I have a better chance at getting a delay if I just did regular ROTC and just took the gamble of getting the delay. Basically which one has the higher chance of getting the delay the nurse Option ROTC or the regular rotc, or is it all equal chances.