Gosh you sir are pretentious, it's quite palpable.First of all:
Then ≠ Than.
With that out of the way, study harder, shipmate. I scored 8, 8, 8, and 62 on the OAR and I attribute it to all the time I spent with the Barrons study guide, it was great. To be honest, you do NOT want to be an officer if you're just barely going to squeak by -- you'll be overwhelmed. I know it's easy to think we all sit on our asses and screw off, but it's a different type of work. You don't want to start behind the power curve because when the shit hits the fan, you'll sink. None of us know you, but you know yourself, so put in the time and effort to study and get the scores you need. Nobody wants a guy in the wardroom who had to waiver his way in on testing standards, nor do you want to be that guy. Shit, we have enough bad officers.
Goodluck. Oh, and btw, snarky replies to the CDRs and other old farts around here are not going to win you a lot of friends or help in the future. I recommend humble and let the rest of us talk shit to @Brett327, respectfully, of course.