What score do I need on my ASVAB to enter the Intelligence and Communications feild of the Navy?
I scored a 59 overall on my ASVAB, but I know that the score gets broken down into categories. I got a 51 in the area involving intelligence. Does anyone know how high I need in that area to be an IS?
Asked By: tasteslikedestruction - 11/3/2009
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Answered By: Christopher - 11/3/2009
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Why don't you ask your recruiter if you are qualified. You ASVAB score means NOTHING when it comes to getting a job. It's your line scores that shows what you are qualified for
Answered By: 20100210 19D Fort Knox - 11/3/2009
59 is not high enough, sorry. And learn to spell "field". It's field not feild. I before e except after c.
Answered By: presidentofallantarctica - 11/3/2009
Yeah sorry man, that score is a little low. I know for the Marine Corps they won't consider you for intelligence with an AFQT general score of at least 65 (I believe, not positive). Study up and keep trying man.
Answered By: Jessica - 11/3/2009
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