Hello, I'm currently a junior, and I want to go to USAFA to be a pilot. Here's a little bit about me: Unweighted GPA: 4.0 Class rank: 2/141 SAT: Math: 700 Reading: 660 Writing: 760 PSAT: 212 I go to a Catholic high school in San Antonio, Texas. I take all Honors and AP classes with two Dual Credit online classes (independently). I'm involved in: Army JROTC (platoon leader, C/1LT, going to be the Brigade Commander next year) JLAB academic team (Co-commander, going to Nationals this year woohoo) Red Cross club (Vice president) NHS (tutor, going to run for president/vice president for next year) National Spanish Honor Society My church's retreats and confirmation classes (team leader) Alar serving (going to be leader of Mass committee next year) Boy scouts (Eagle Scout) Robotics (going to be a leader of some sort next year) JROTC Drill Team (Executive officer, going to be commander next year) Pilot's liscence (working on it) Rotary (RYLA Leadership conference) I've won multiple academic and leadership awards including: Superior Cadet Veterans of Foreign Wars Award Dux esto award (for being the best in the course) in Algebra honors, Geometry, Physics, Spanish 2 and 3, and Ethics "Gold" (95th+ percentile) on the National Spanish Exam three years in a row Eagle Scout National Hispanic Scholar (As soon as I send in my acceptance) Likely will be at least National Commended Scholar I've been doubting myself recently. Are my SAT scores good enough? Should I take it again, even though my score probably wont increase much? I'm not an athlete, but I do PT on my own for the CFA. Will they accept people who don't have a varsity letter in a sport? I do have a varsity letter for Drill team, but I'm not sure if they would count that as a sport. Do you think I have a chance? Thank you very much.