I have a GED and 15 college credits. Will I still be disqualified for any jobs in the navy?
One recruiter said no and another said yes. One recruiter said yes another said no. I scored a 76 on the asvab.
Asked By: MrsBee - 12/17/2009
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Answered By: RoseRomantix - 12/17/2009
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You will have to take the asvap test first
Answered By: DS - 12/17/2009
no one will be turned away from any military force in the usa. they're always recruiting.
Answered By: ronald m - 12/17/2009
I would think the college credits would negate the GED as they are higher level.
Answered By: Drixnot - 12/17/2009
Forget telling them about your GED. You are a college student. As for any job l would suggest reducing that down to about four or five. You can not be a base commander for example. Ask if you can take a test to see where can fit in. You just might be surprised and if you a job that does require you to go out to sea... More
Answered By: Genegee - 12/17/2009
since the navy no longer accepts any geds your out of luck time to go army
Answered By: rejectedsoul - 12/17/2009
Answered By: E G - 12/17/2009
there will be some ratings you cannot get because you do not have a High School Diploma.. mostly Nuke and Submarine ratings.
Answered By: Mrsjvb - 12/17/2009
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