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What NRC considers competitive

The thing is IWC programs will allow you to apply with a graduate degree with a qualifying GPA but they still see you UG degree which is very low
Thanks for this. I think I would still go for it. Just hoping for the best. They converted my Bachelor's GPA really low. I don't think Getting another UG degree is an option for me.
 
First post here.. please excuse my format of delivery if it's not by any standards unknown by myself. My application package for the position of NFO was sent in early August, I believe. My recruiter has been somewhat distant but giving me an update here and there typically something along the lines of, "just hang tight, we should know soon". I am just trying to get a feel of what my chances are of getting picked up.

My scores are as follows;

OAR- 54
AQR- 6
PFAR- 5
FOFAR- 7
GPA- 3.44

I understand that nobody can give me a solid guaranteed answer but if anyone has any tips or advice, i would appreciate it.
 

RUFiO181

Making Recruiting Great Again
First post here.. please excuse my format of delivery if it's not by any standards unknown by myself. My application package for the position of NFO was sent in early August, I believe. My recruiter has been somewhat distant but giving me an update here and there typically something along the lines of, "just hang tight, we should know soon". I am just trying to get a feel of what my chances are of getting picked up.

My scores are as follows;

OAR- 54
AQR- 6
PFAR- 5
FOFAR- 7
GPA- 3.44

I understand that nobody can give me a solid guaranteed answer but if anyone has any tips or advice, i would appreciate it.
When do you turn 27?
 

RUFiO181

Making Recruiting Great Again
First post here.. please excuse my format of delivery if it's not by any standards unknown by myself. My application package for the position of NFO was sent in early August, I believe. My recruiter has been somewhat distant but giving me an update here and there typically something along the lines of, "just hang tight, we should know soon". I am just trying to get a feel of what my chances are of getting picked up.

My scores are as follows;

OAR- 54
AQR- 6
PFAR- 5
FOFAR- 7
GPA- 3.44

I understand that nobody can give me a solid guaranteed answer but if anyone has any tips or advice, i would appreciate it.
Stats are OK (not great but not bad either).
 
Applying for SWO:
26, NP
GPA: 3.02, B.S. Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University
OAR: 58
LOR: 3 from previous supervisors
3 Years of work experience with leadership roles and involved with extracurricular activities throughout college and since graduation.
Cleared MEPS and no waivers.

Planning to submit my packet with this OAR, and if Pro-Rec N will look to retake.
 
Hello everyone,
First off, big thanks to everyone contributing to Air Warriors, I have found a ton of helpful information! I'm a senior electrical engineer at Texas A&M. I took the ASTB for the first time about two weeks ago, I didn't study and thought I did pretty bad during the exam but my scores ended up being ok. If I study I think I can score higher on the ASTB since I pretty much went in blind but my OR said to apply with my current scores. Going to MEPS next Friday (no waivers). I was told I can submit my application in December and the flight board will meet around February. I would greatly appreciate any advice or guidance.

I'm applying for Pilot
GPA - 3.07
OAR - 60
AQR - 7
PFAR - 7
FOFAR - 7
LOR - one from my manager when I was an intern and hopefully another from a Congressman that's a friend of my fathers.
 
Hello everyone,
First off, big thanks to everyone contributing to Air Warriors, I have found a ton of helpful information! I'm a senior electrical engineer at Texas A&M. I took the ASTB for the first time about two weeks ago, I didn't study and thought I did pretty bad during the exam but my scores ended up being ok. If I study I think I can score higher on the ASTB since I pretty much went in blind but my OR said to apply with my current scores. Going to MEPS next Friday (no waivers). I was told I can submit my application in December and the flight board will meet around February. I would greatly appreciate any advice or guidance.

I'm applying for Pilot
GPA - 3.07
OAR - 60
AQR - 7
PFAR - 7
FOFAR - 7
LOR - one from my manager when I was an intern and hopefully another from a Congressman that's a friend of my fathers.
You have pretty good scores! The only advice I have for you is to write a killer personal statement and make sure you have good LORs . Other than that check out the previous boards to get a feel for your competition and the whole process. Good luck!
 
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