Hey guys, first proper post. (Sorry for length) I am hoping to do my application throughout year 13 to (if successful) begin officer training in 2022 batch and I am expecting GCSE results sometime this holiday (even though I'm not sitting them, OFQUAL). During the break I've realised there really isn't much I've done for them to even consider taking me, so I was just wondering if anyone could suggest anything that would help bolster my CV and make them want me as an officer. So far I am thinking of: 1. in my spare time getting a btec (aswell as the 3 A-levels I get at 6th Form) in 'Unformed Protective Services', showing i have the correct understanding of the military etc. 2. returning back to volunteering at my local Cub Scout Group, showing I have the leadership skills. 3. My family are quite into swimming and that has led my sister to swim teaching, by Year 13 I will be a Level 2 swim teacher which is basically a fully fledged swim instructor teaching kids from 4-teens how to swim and I would have a significant amount of teaching time by then - hopefully showing water proficiency and ability to lead and teach. If anyone has anything to add to these or any other reccommendations are please let me know, I am quite stumped. Thanks.