I am a senior in high school. I have a 4.23 cumulative GPA (3.87 unweighted) and have been a member of the National Honor Society since 2016. I am in the top 10% of my class. I just want to keep my options open because I applied for AROTC and if I don't get NROTC-MO I'll apply for PLC or OCC Law. I want to do JAG Corps. Public Speaking: -Model United Nations 2013-2014 -Debated legislation as a member of the Senate in Youth and Government 2014-2015 -Speech and Debate Class 2015-2016 -Analyzed and researched court cases for the Appellate Court of Youth and Government 2015-2018 -Debate Club 2016-Present -Competed in Pacific Palisades Moot Court Competitions 2016-2018 -Elected as Lead Appellant for Appellate Court of Youth and Government 2018 Leadership: -Senior Class Vice President 2017-2018 -President of Gardening Club 2016-Present -School Ambassador 2016-Present Work: I work as a cashier at Target. Awards: 2015- Most Dedicated and Passionate Presenter 2017- Outstanding Respondent of the Year 2016- Highest Scoring Appellant (Pacific Palisades Moot Court Competition) 2015- World Language Award in French 2016- Over 50 Hours of Community Service Award 2017- President’s Education Golden Award 2017- Over 100 Hours of Community Service Award 2017- Saint Anselm College Book Award Community Service: -Mentoring troubled children through Study Buddies 2016 -120 hours of Community Service in Boulder, Colorado through AJSS in Summer 2016 -Teaching English to children in rural orphanage in Thailand Summer 2017 -Assistant Coach for Middle School Volleyball 2017-Present -Assistant Coach for Middle School Basketball 2017-Present Certifications: At age 14, I was one of the youngest in the country to be certified as a registered yoga teacher. This required completion of 19 hours per week of practice, and study in compliance with the scholastic standards for Yoga Alliance. I have taught other students as well as my school's faculty. Languages: I am fluent in French. I am currently a teacher’s assistant for the French teacher at my school. I also tutor a French student after school every week. Other: I am on my high school's robotics team. I am an engineer and programmer. Last year we went to the world competition! Athletics: -Recreational Soccer 2015-2016 -Co-ed Soccer 2016 -Varsity Basketball 2017 -Track and Field 2018 -Beach Volleyball 2018 -I also train with Marines at RSS Oceanside two times a week and I made sure to mention that in my interview. As for the PFT, I didn't do that well. I know there are lower standards for women but I have been sick and I've had a cough for the past two months but I still showed up and did the PFT. I plan on retaking the PFT to get a higher score. If my score still isn't that competitive, will my extracurriculars, leadership, academics, etc. make up for it? Besides, I would be training for the next four years. I'm in good shape–I just didn't do as well as I hoped. But he was very impressed with me in my interview. And the other applicants that were there with me had no idea what they wanted to do in the Marine Corps. My recruiters noticed that and went on and on about how I want to do JAG Corps and how I have it "all figured out". I know this probably doesn't mean anything but it was just an observation. I'm very outgoing and the applicants with me were having trouble conversing with the recruiters. I just feel like my personality is more desirable than the other applicants but again, I understand that's not a reason to give me a scholarship instead of the others. All responses are appreciated. Thank you!