Sarcasmo said:Can I ask what the point is? Obviously you want into the USMC, but why are you under such a strict timeline?
ERage said:Maybe I missed this in the OP but why does this absolutely have to be finished by next year?
My enlistment is conditional on me having an associate's degree and/or 60 credits by the end of my time in the delayed entry program. If I don't complete this by then my current contract is null & void and I have to sign another one meaning there will be no way I can meet the age requirements for OCS in the future. There are always waivers but they can be few and far between.
I have a few credits now and hopefully I will be able to sign up for some late starting or accelerated courses at CLC. I'm going to look at what I can do about student loans so I don't have to work full time which I know will be damn near impossible if I have to take 15-18 hours per semester (depending on whether or not SPJC will transfer my old credits, that's still up in the air).theacoustician said:Maybe you can explain why exactly you need the AA then. Since you're looking at about 60 hours to get an AA, you're going to have to take 3 straight 20 hour semisters. That's not exactly easy. It will damn near impossible if you also need to work full time while you're going to school.