MIL Taking the DLAB tommorow morning

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  1. Julio

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    be prepared for a brain fuck.....i walked out of that test feeling like my mind melted.
     
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    took it a few weeks ago, came away with a 105 :coold:
     
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    Good luck man. Heard it's hard, but not too terrible if your basically familiar with your language.
     
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    nice. contemplated pysop but just cant get over the fact of being stuck in fayetteville. will prolly just try for reclass to 35N w/language or 35P
     
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    im already a 35T(33W) :coolugh:

    oh and btw the delta gear study guide is a big help ;)
     
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    Good luck! I'll be taking it later this month also. Let us know who you do.
     
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    91 :wtc:

    I was taking it because a job slot for cryptologic linguist opened up and there was only one more guy trying for it. He got a 99. I really messed up on the first section about where you identify the stresses in certain words.
     
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    are these the most up to date score cutoffs? ive found a few different answers.

    Cat. I = 95
    Cat. II = 100
    Cat. III= 105
    Cat. IV = 110

    edit: read on goarmy.com that 105 is the qualifying score for DLI.
     
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    I honestly picked random letters...
     
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    i resemble that remark.
     
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    Am I pretty much hopeless for getting an intel job if I cant score higher on the DLAB? I speak fluent spanish. Read, Write, Speak. Does it count for anything?
     
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    Jyokker The trouser snake is very aggressive. It will corn

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    No, intel is more than just languages. What will disqualify you from intel is a rocky past, and/or bad credit.
     
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    I took it about four years ago, and it's basically based on your natural ability and probably just a bit of luck. The most important thing is not to stress over individual questions and fall behind during the test. If you do, you'll end up Christmas treeing a fuck ton of questions just to catch up. Just prepare yourself for the bull shit jibberish you're going to be listening to, and you'll be alright. That's pretty much what I did, and I did pretty well.
     

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