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My son is 17 and wants to join the Navy as a Seabee.  He is concerned that his ASVAB score will not be high enough to get in.  Does anyone know how much weight this score has for this division?  Also, if he joins with another job can he change jobs once in to get into the Seabee's.  We are really confused and from what the recruiter has told us, and I don't know if I believe everything, that after 18 months he can retake the ASVAB and get into the Seabee's then.  Please if anyone has any advice for my son can you help us out.

 

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My son is a Seabee Mechanic and this is what he says: the ASVAB score wont be a problem as long as ur line scores are good in electrical knowledge and general shop tools. Math is not as important but still good to have a high score. If his main score is above 50 than hes fine but check the actual minimum scores he needs at this site= (http://www.npc.navy.mil/Enlisted/Seabees/). As to going in as another rate he could do it but i dont reccomend it. As with any rating in the navy you can change it after two years and command authorization. If he were to go in as another rate try to find a job within naval expeditionary combat command (http://www.necc.navy.mil/) as the seabees fall within them. Definately wouldnt go undesignated unless he likes chipping paint for two years and he couldnt be a seabee since undesignated personel are typically assigned aboard ships. If you have anymore questions just ask and ill try to answer them to my best ability. Good luck.
Wow, thanks for the info! My son wanted to know if the Seabees are overmanned at this moment and if there is a chance that a classifier will offer a Seabee position?
This is a link to the CREO chart (career reenlistment objectives). The Navy publishes new ones every six months. You'll have to know which rates are seabees to figure it out:

http://usmilitary.about.com/od/navy/a/creolist2.htm
I am in agreement with Hoppi, my son scored well enought on his ASVAB for Seebee, and has graduated from college for construction engineering but entered the Navy as an IT. And they are overmaned for Seebee's he would have had to wait months to enter as a Seebee, but he is enjoying IT in our Navy.
My son scored in top 10% on his ASVAB he chose to go into the navy as a IT Specialist, the security clearance was the hardest part, they had to know who and where all immediate family lived.... But we are all Military just not Navy. Most of the family was Marines or Army. I am glad he had a choice of what he wanted to do. He is graduating this month and then heading to Pensacola for IT school!

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