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From: Ronnie (
Subject:         Re: asvab scores higher 4 homeschool
Date: April 15, 2010 at 2:56 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: asvab scores higher 4 homeschool posted by Timothy on December 19, 2009 at 3:55 pm:

I have a Army Ranger son and a Marine son. The Marine son scored very well (as did the Ranger) but he was told to take a few college classes at the local community college and then to come back. He took auto body and got 15 credits. He also dropped 50 pounds. He went in on an open contract---against his brothers suggestion and now regrets it! Though the Marines don't always have to honor a contract--it is a good idea to have one. I am not sure why they require a higher score--ask your son to ask where that is in written policy. I was under the impression they had to treat home schoolers the same as high school grads and not GEDs. AND whenever possible let your son do all the interacting with the recruiters--unless you set up an appointment. My son was rather disheartened with what he had seen at boot camp as far as the guys that were there and the abilities--so most home schoolers will be far above many of the public schoolers.

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