I was told today that I can order my MCIs online. Can someone with some more knowledge or at least computer savvy point me in the right direction as to how this is done? Thanks
09-20-05, 11:09 AM
I am not 100% sure but from what I can recall is Marine On Line??
09-20-05, 11:34 AM
go to mci.usmc.mil log in, go to the top where it says enroll in course, elect to receive all materials, and it'll ask you to confirm your address. You can enroll in only 3 courses at a time. Also, they just changed the MCI system, now the books you get are a lot longer, and they changed it where now the tests have different versions, so it's a lot harder to cheat or share answers.
09-20-05, 11:46 AM
Thank you. I was not aware that MCI now had its website going. Aw the good old days when you got the books and materials maybe.
09-20-05, 02:12 PM
I went mci.usmc.mil and logged in and it accepted my login. I retired on 14 October 1993. Not all of my courses that I took over my 20 years are in there. Maybe that was before electronic processing was used. DEPJon this is a lot better than when I took them. You can take the exam on line and get your results right then and there. We used to have to wait weeks and even months sometimes we woouldn't get results just called into the 1st Sgt or SgtMaj to have them ask why we didn't complete them and the command would usually fine out that the Marine did their part but the post office didn't.
09-20-05, 02:38 PM
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09-20-05, 04:44 PM
Just wait untill you get to the new 8000 series. Those are a lot of fun, and believe me, you will want to pull your hair out by the time you are finished with them.