I don't post too often, but my cadet mentioned something disturbing that I'm sure members of the Board can help answer. I know this seems like an odd question, but my cadet heard from another cadet friend at a different Battalion that AFTOTC and AROTC cadets are given an IQ test prior to Branching, and that the Army Intelligence Officer branch bases its selection in part, or in large part, to the results of this test. I am not talking about the SAT or ACT. I am talking about a custom designed intelligence test specifically for military use in making personnel decisions. I get the AFROTC part... that in fact AFROTC uses some kind of IQ test, or SAT/ACT, in grading cadets for summer training, and maybe for more than that. But, I've never heard of the Army doing that. Does the Army use a custom designed IQ test for placing ROTC cadets into the Military Intelligence Branch? I suppose the best person to answer this would be ROTC MSIVs who have Branched Intelligence... if you are, did you take an IQ test? Or PMSs... are you aware of any IQ test used for placement of cadets into the different Branches out of ROTC, including Intelligence? Thannks.