I know the title gives off a defeatist attitude, but after reading other posts asking about their chances for a scholarship, stating they all had 3.7 and 3.8 GPAs along with 1400+ SAT scores, I'm starting to feel a little disheartened... During freshman year, I did very poorly in school, mostly because I had an ambivalent attitude towards what I wanted from life. I didn't start focusing on school until late sophomore year and it wasn't until this year did I gain interest in the Air Force and joined a local CAP squadron. My overall GPA is a 3.5 unweighted and my combined SAT score (math and reading) is a 1220. My PFA is...well, not very good. My 1.5 mile run is around 14 minutes, situps for one minute are around the 30-35 range, and finishing egregiously are the pushups, which I can do 20-25 in a minute. I do very much want to finish my scholarship application (of which I have delayed so far because of my PFA), but I'm wondering if I even have a chance, considering I am not in the average range for the Type 7. I am very serious about taking a career in the Air Force, but I feel I will not be eligible for a scholarship..