sodomojo wrote:Not sure if I'll get any response to this question, but figured I'd ask anyways.
1) I got Bs in my junior year ROTC, but it was because I did the absolute bare minimum ever because I hated ROTC. I seriously doubt that the person is going to be that tough. It's MS4 ROTC. You already did the hard part. Coast and chill.
2) If you're on scholarship you'd be dumb to drop out. At a 3.8+ your LSAT will probably be the limiting factor to your law school prospects. It's definitely a smoother ride to just stay on this train to the station.
3) Some people on here will tell you not to do the military of you're not 100% committed. I disagree, since it's more than possible to be a decent officer without dedicating your life to it. But this post screams of cold feet. Are you nervous about LDAC or something?
4) I recommend staying in long enough to get your GI Bill. I just got my stuff approved for about 90K in funding this year alone. It's pretty sweet.