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I'd like some opinions here, and please don't say anything negative towards the fact that I want to be in the military. I've wanted to be in the Navy ever since grade school. Here's my situation: I received an Immediate Scholarship Decision (NROTC scholarship) back in October, so I have a full-ride, based on my acceptance to Harvard. I also received an LOA to the Naval Academy around the same time. I participated in the Summer Seminar there this past summer and have been invited for another visit in January. I have also visited Harvard (loved it) and had my alumni interview which went well, I THINK. My uncle is an Academy grad and has told me mostly about the benefits of an Academy education. Both my mom and my dad are Ivy league grads (neither from Harvard), so I'm hearing all kinds of things. One of my good friend's dad is a Harvard grad and he has spoken with me a lot about life at Harvard and all of the opportunities available at a prestigious school.
I guess one way to look at this is that if I'm not accepted to Harvard, I won't have to worry about making this huge decision. I'd just appreciate all of your opinions. I've already heard from those on the Naval Academy threads, but I want to get the Harvard opinions also.