I recently applied to Georgia Tech as a Mechanical Engineering major for Spring semester of 2019. I am a veteran who recently ETS (honorable discharge) from the Army and currently in school at the University of Texas at El Paso. Before I joined the Army, my major was Political Science. However, after being in the military and worked with other engineers from numerous defense contractors, which changed the direction of my college major.
So, here is all my GPA for four different colleges.
Georgia State University of Perimeter College (Political Science major) = 3.12 GPA
American Military University (Political Science major) = 3.79
El Paso Community College (Mechanical Engineering) = 4.0
The University of Texas at El Paso (Mechanical Engineering) = 4.0
Before I joined the Army, I went to the Georgia State University of Perimeter College. When I was in the Army, I took classes at the American Military University. After all the experience from the Army really change my attitude and personality. I learned how to manage time really well, and it really helps me in classes. As of right now, I have 75 credits and I am taking 14 more credits this semester. I already took all the requirements for Georgia Tech. I really want to go back to Georgia and attend Georgia Tech as a Mechanical Engineering student. I heard if you are a veteran, you have more chance to get accepted into college. Is that true? And what is my chance? Thank you guys!