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Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Vortex, Sep 5, 2008.
I liked the first pic better!
Me too, but the Mod's get picky if anything says "idiot" on it. I'm just doing these in fun and don't want panties getting wadded
That is true...oh well, might as well start another lolcat thread then...
Here is a faction motto lolcat!
hey! F YOU VORTEX! They told me I just had to know how to pvp not drive a forecliff.
I knew it was you! :bowdown:
Here, this one is for you
This post is in violation of A, B, C, and D of the RoC of this forum!
i seriously hope your kidding about that.
*wonders if im koc material*
I scored an 88 on my ASVAB! Making me in the top 12 percent of the dumbest people in the world
That forklift pic was faked, btw...
Thats not bad for an overall score, mine was a bit lower 78, but where im from i was told the average was like 15. You should be able to get any job just about it that you want, including a position in koc!
Har har. I took an artillery job, I think at 82 you can get any job. My GT was just really good, like 137 or something
I must get smarter every time I take it. Taken it 3 times, got a 91, 93, and 94. That was well before they changed the way it is scored in 2005. First time was in 1991, then 1998, then in 2004. It may just be me, but I found the ACT (got a 32) much easier than the ASVAB.
As far as I recall, the composite score wasn't the number that determined what MOSs were available to you, just your eligibility to join a given branch. The Army required 50 for Active Duty, and 37 for Reserves/NG. MOS eligibility was determined by the individual test scores, which (as I recall) ranged from 0 to 150. The highest any MOS required when I went in originally in 1991, was 120. I could be off, but I recall the MEPS people telling me I could get any MOS I could physically qualify for (some jobs have additional requirements, such as pilot) because my lowest individual score was 121 in the Clerical section.