Yes, at least 150 lol. I got a 150 GT; I think there may have been someone at my school who also had a GT around there. Many sources on the web say 140 was the highest, such as ehow.com
(same info) and former recruiters
as well as other people
on Yahoo answers.
I was trying to figure it out from usmilitary.about.com. Chart
and composite score definitions
. It doesn't explain if the section 'line scores' are simply added to get the composite scores, and it doesn't say what the max line scores even are. But the VE chart tells you the max VE score is 62?? It also says the max AFQT Raw Score, which is 2VE + AR + MK, is 320 according to the chart. If these are added simply then AR + MK must be 196 points max, for 196 + 62*2= 320. If they had the same max line score then they would be worth 98 each.
62 (VE) + 98 (AR) = 160, which would suggest a max of 160 for GT if composite scores are obtained this way from individual scores for the army.
Things that would support this:
-all my other scores were higher than 150 (my GT), but none of them were higher than 160 iirc.
Things that do not support this:
-Nothing on the interwebs says that GTs can go this high. They either say 140, which might have been true in the past, or this thread says 150.
-Adding other composite scores linearly should have made my other scores be a lot higher than 160?? Does everyone have a GT lower than their other scores?
looks like they're saying they got a VE of 66, which is higher than the max in the about.com chart. They may have meant they had a 66 AR actually; but that would suggest (not prove) that AR does not go to 98.
-the same post also says that 66 and 62 added to a 130 composite GT, which is not linear. I have no idea how they got their raw line scores, can't remember if the test results give you these scores..?