Hello all, I just found this great site, I wish I had known about it earlier. Here's my situation, I'm a fifth year senior majoring in electrical engineering (graduating in Dec.) I do pretty well in school, and I've been thinking a lot about my future lately and I guess I don't want to sit in front of a computer my whole life. I've always been interested in aviation, so I'm going to go for it, I just hope I'm not too late. I'm just getting the ball rolling on applying to OCS (I'm taking the ASTB in a few days, like I said, I wish I had known about this site sooner). Anyway, I'm just wondering what my chances of getting a pilot slot are? I'm confused about all this talk of no pilot slots until '04, my recruiter never told me anything about it, obviously I need to do more research. I guess I just have a few questions in general. Does it make a difference in your chances if you have no previous flying experience? What about pilot slots? I'm kind of worried that I will be hung out to dry if I graduate in Dec. and I wouldn't start OCS until a year later. I'm not too worried about the ASTB technical questions as I'm in engineering and it's familiar stuff. But I am worried about the bio part, what are they looking for and what are the questions like? Also, any general info about the whole process will be helpful. Well, sorry for the long post, I'm looking forward to some answers; it's cool to have a site like this for people to share info, I'm sure I'll be using it often.