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Eisenhev said:I have just recently joined this fourm because of the valuable information that i can be given from other aspiring CF canidates.
The question that i was really curious about is weather I am at all a competitive canidate for the ROTP.
I am a grade 12 student in my final year and i have a 91 average for my whole high school carrer.
I'm not on any school teams, but I am very atheletic. I have been working at my job for the last three years and i am now the assistant manager at the studio. As for volunteer work, I have done about 100 hours, and I also part of the peer mentoring at my school. I am also a part of the grad committee.
I'm applying to the ROTP as a nurse, and I have already been excepted to Dalhousie university and ST. FX (cant descide which one i want to go to :facepalm::
Any feed back would be greatly appreciated.
Your already accepted into two universities? Congrats!
But about your question for "sports teams".. I assume they do have some merit, but that should not stop you from applying. I have played Jr. level hockey, and have played organized sports all my life, the recruiters didn't care "that" much. What had merit is when I coached teams, or was a team Captain.
You seem smart, apply, and do it soon! ROTP isn't an all year thing, good luck.
EDIT: I thought you were simply asking if being part of sports teams was essential.. i miss read, eek. Good luck!