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What is a military GT score?

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The military GT score is the "General Technical" test area of the United States Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test and is a measure of word knowledge, paragraph comprehension and arithmetic reasoning. These line scores determine which military occupational specialty an individual may qualify for.

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Many military occupational specialties have minimum requirements for particular line scores, however, the United States military has many jobs available in each branch that maximize the strengths and aptitudes of a recruit. For the Army, a GT line score of 110 qualifies a recruit for several jobs including diver, Special Forces Weapons Sergeant and journalist.

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