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Academy and STA-21
« on: Sep 03, 2009, 02:10 »
What is the likelihood of being selected for each and who has actually been picked up for either of them? Which is more beneficial in the long run? I've read over tons of stuff about both of them up here, but I'm looking for an overall answer to the entire selection and probabilities amongst nukes being selected. Thank you in advance!
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Re: Academy and STA-21
« Reply #1 on: Sep 03, 2009, 07:18 »
From the last message about STA-21:

5.  LESSONS LEARNED.  THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ADDRESSES LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE FY-09 STA-21 SELECTION PROCESS AND BOARD.  THIS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED TO PRECLUDE COMMON ERRORS.
    A.  OF 1,000 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED, ONLY 682 WERE BOARD ELIGIBLE.  A TOTAL OF 210 WERE SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FY-09
STA-21 PROGRAM.
    B.  COMMON REASONS FOR DETERMINATION OF INELIGIBILITY: 
NON-QUALIFYING SAT/ACT TEST SCORES, NO SAT/ACT TEST SCORES SUBMITTED, NO COMMANDING OFFICER'S (CO) ENDORSEMENT, RECENT NON-JUDICIAL PUNISHMENT, AND MISSING OR ILLEGIBLE SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS.
    C.  MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION.  THE SELECTION PROCESS IS EXTREMELY COMPETITIVE.  APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE MAILED ONLY WHEN FULLY COMPLETE.  OFFICER INTERVIEW BOARDS AND THE CO'S PERSONAL INTERVIEW SHOULD ONLY BE CONDUCTED AFTER THE APPLICATION IS COMPLETE.  THE FULL PICTURE OF AN APPLICANT'S ACADEMIC POTENTIAL CAN ONLY BE DETERMINED BY REVIEWING THE SAT/ACT SCORES AND HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS.
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