Army ROTC considers the personal interview to be the most critical aspect of the selection process and the weight of the point totals back this up. Importance of the Army ROTC Scholarship InterviewThe interview has its own point total of 200 points. It is also a key consideration of the Selection Board Score.
Air Force ROTC considers the personal interview to be the most critical aspect of the selection process and the weight of the point totals back this up. Area of Consideration Points Interview 450 Unweighted GPA 200 SATe (SAT/ACT) 300 Physical Fitness Assessment 50 Total Points 1000 The Interview is used to
Online Versus In-Person ROTC Interview It is likely that for many ROTC applicants, the candidate interview will be conducted via videoconferencing technology such as Zoom or Skype rather than in person this year. This presents opportunities for those candidates who are prepared for their video interview and are able to leverage the
Many candidates in preparing for their ROTC interview concentrate rightfully so on what questions will be posed to them by the interviewer. We have talked about how to prepare for the interview as well as some of the types of questions that will be asked in previous posts. You can also see
Panel Board Eliminated - Updated Air Force ROTC Scholarship Requirements In my contacts and conversations with several folks involved in the Air Force ROTC HSSP for this academic year, I’ve come to learn that the panel board of senior officers (lieutenant colonels and colonels) to select scholarship winners has been eliminated. This used
I posted a past thread regarding helpful tips from my perspective on how to prepare for either the ROTC scholarship or Service Academy interview. Three Vital Points: #1 I have had the pleasure of working with several ROTC scholarship candidates since I retired. I can’t emphasize enough the importance of practicing the
Top 7 ROTC Interview Tips In this post, we discuss the importance of the ROTC interview and how to do your best during your ROTC interview. What makes me qualified to give you ROTC interview advice? After spending six years as a Professor of Military Science (PMS) at two separate Army ROTC