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    What should my ASVAB score be to get into 92M? Mortuary Specialist? I noticed it has carryover into forensics like CSI and I would love to be able to do something like that.

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    Let me go to the office tomorrow and look at the qualifications for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPclk2006 View Post
    Let me go to the office tomorrow and look at the qualifications for it...
    Thanks man.

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    Your GM score must be 90 or above. (General Maintenance)

    GM score is compromised of GS (General Science)+AS(Auto and Shop Info)+MK(Math Knowledge)+EI(Electronics Information)

    Those scores you wont see until your recruiter populates his (laptop) system or you go to MEP's. Mortuary Affairs should be a pretty easy find these days.

    trust me when I say a 90 GM is fairly low.

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    General science, electronics, and auto and shop would be my weakest areas probably.

    A 90 score on that would be equivalent to what on a practice test %?

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    You have to take the practice test and add up the areas I stated above. If it is 90 or above you would be GTG if it was the real deal.

    Dont sell yourself short until you see test results. People always get wrapped up in test scores and then laugh at how easy they actually are. It's probably not what you are thinking it will be like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dibblejr View Post
    You have to take the practice test and add up the areas I stated above. If it is 90 or above you would be GTG if it was the real deal.

    Dont sell yourself short until you see test results. People always get wrapped up in test scores and then laugh at how easy they actually are. It's probably not what you are thinking it will be like.
    The one I took today in general sciences was all about protons, electrons, and things of that nature. Most of my science knowledge are things like anatomy, biology, and kinesiology. All in all the vocabulary, synonyms, and I know very little about automobiles and electronics.

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    When we say the ASVAB test sciences we use the term loosly. I have taken the ASVAB 3 times. 1- Initial Enlistment USMC 2- Enlistment into US Army 3- Practice with some of my prospects.

    Some of the questions are elementary types. Also as I stated above the 90 is all of those areas added together. Some things such as automotive type question you either know or dont.

    All you can do is try and see what happens.
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    You can Google "ASVAB" & get some study guides & practice tests. I'd advise you to take as many as you can. There may even be some study guides at your local public library.

    Like any test it's always best to study. You might pick up an added couple of percentage points on your score & that's a good thing.
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