Go to your education center and sign up for the FAST Class.
The highest score you can get on the ASVAB is a 99
Yes, or at least it was when I took the ASVAB in 1997.
High school diploma, at least a GT score of 32 on the ASVAB test.
It may depend on which branch you're in; your best chance is to visit your local recruiter. If you've taken the ASVAB, the recruiter can pull up your files, and they can give you the entire list of jobs for which you qualify, but you do not need high scores to become an MP.
OCS does not go by the general AFQT score. They use the GT score. 81 is probably your AFQT score. You need a 110 on your GT score to be eligible for OCS. With an 81 AFQT score, you probably have a high enough GT score.
GT stands for General Technical. The GT score is a composite score derived from several areas of the Armed Services Vocational Ability Battery (ASVAB). It is a calculated mostly from the results of the arithmetic, reasoning, and verbal expression (word knowledge and reading comprehension) sections. A GT score is important as a prerequisite for several positions in the military. The general cutoff for the more desirable jobs in the military requires a GT score of at least 110. An extremely high GT score would be 130.
31 is the minimum for the General Technical (GT) score, out of a possible 130.
You can only score a 99% on the asvab.. To get a 124 would be impossible.
Quite often, yes, provided they can pass the ASVAB with the minimally acceptable GT score for the service in which they hope to enlist.
An ASVAB score of 50.
High school diploma or GED, minimum GT score of 31 (if I remember correctly) on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).
it is called the afqt score and it tells you if you qualify to get into certain branches