- Jan 9, 2008
- Reaction score
Well as I've already mentioned I've already submitted my Officer Information form and waiting to hear from my ACLO. However i'm in a sticky situation. I've got my GCSE's all of which are A-C and I've got my AS and A-Levels which has given just over 300 UCAS points, which is more than the required 140, and now I'm currently at university, however this is where my problem has arisen.. If i'm hoping to do POC and if I'm successful, AIB. Should I stick with university for the rest of the year or nip it in the bud now, and focus on building more on my strength and fitness and getting on the ball with more current affairs and sharpen up on my knowledge of the Royal Navy/Royal Marines. Right now I feel that i'm on a treadmill running nowhere fast, I'm acedmically capable but if I already have what is required educationally would there be much point carrying on with something that i know I'm just going to put enough effort to get by whilst focussing on chasing my potential career. Also say I am just as successful as the person next to me, but this person has a degree, would I be, not be penalised but not be selected for Young Officer Training, because he has more education than myself.