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Is 77 a good asvab score?

My recruiter keeps telling me how great I did etc.. but I can't help but feel a little doubtful. I've never taken the asvab before. these are my Composite scores for army. GT 119 CL 113 CO 113 EL 115 FA 113 GM 114 MM 113 OF 115 SC 114 ST 116 I felt that i could have done better, having been out of school for so long, and the whole anxiety of the process. Should I retake the test? Thanks!

Asked By: Leo U. - 5/12/2009
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you have qualified for, in test scores only, for the following jobs... More
Answered By: greggblack0590 - 5/12/2009
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It's ok
Answered By: Liberalwacker - 5/12/2009
 
GT is really the most critical score. With a 119, you will qualify for most any training.
Answered By: The Yeti - 5/12/2009
 
You just want a pat on your back. Please...
Answered By: Merchant of Death - 5/12/2009
 
It all depends on what mos you want. Talk to your recruiter, if you scored to low for the area you want then retest. If you did score high enough then don't worry. Like the previous post with a GT of over 110, you have qualified for many MOS.
Answered By: kdunn_a - 5/12/2009
 
you did do good.as the one other answer that told you that a one 119 you can do about any thing you want.what you do is keep taking all the [A,I,T,] training you can get with different classes so you can get meany scill you can for the out side or in side the army.if they will let you.
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Answered By: mcnemarm - 5/12/2009
 
Your scores are good enough... More
Answered By: jeeper_peeper321 - 5/12/2009
 
My ASVAB score was much higher
Answered By: fockingclassy - 5/12/2009
 
Yes it is a Great Score... The minimum to enlist is 50...
Answered By: Marine5 - 5/12/2009
 
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