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so what do i have to get on the ASVAB test in order for me to be a corpsman?
As I'm not a recruiter, I really don't know. Each branch of service has its own requirements. Each rating (ie: corpsman, MP, etc.) in each branch of service has its own requirement. Its not too early to contact your local recruiter and talk about things like this. My son signed while he was still in high school and went to basic training after he graduated.
Someone else commented that you need to check the rating with your recruiter to make sure it's still open. I'd not thought about that. My husband was an FT2 in the Coast Guard for years. His rating closed (full) so he couldn't move up to FT1 even though he'd passed all the tests, had all the recommendations, etc. He was working on getting into officer school but decided to leave the service.
Before you sign anything, make sure that all of the promises are in writing..signed by you and the recruiter... If not, you may not get what you think you are. Since you are so young, I would take at least one parent with you at least once to speak with the recruiter. We went with our son. Whether teenagers wish to agree or not, parents generally are more world wise and can help steer children in better directions and generally are looking out for their children's best interests.
Finally, I would take the advice of the others and change your screen name on here. I realize you are a teenager and this is teenage vernacular but it doesn't make for a good impression. Gool luck!