I recommend that you take the Raptor exam. It has many similar questions as the Viper exam and its a pass/fail exam and no one has ever failed that I'm aware of. Not to mention, you'll be able to pilot any small craft as did Cdr Adama.
Thanks for the comment Ens Jacobite. My call sign was given to me by a friend of my brothers many years ago. He thought it would bother me, but it stuck like glue and I didn't mind it a bit.
I take it you're either a history fan or a fan of Star's original show Highlander. I have some English in me but I don't know if I have any Scotch, but I'm a huge fan of Highlander. This season didn't start the way I thought, but I'm sure it will get interesting.
Before i start i must say you have a cool last name. First welcome the Battlestar Fan Club Fleet great to you have here. Your examinations have been graded and will be heading back to you by the time you have read this. Sub communications can be a bit touchy, but you will get it for sure. Thank you for submitting the examinations you will find attachments when you check your email.
As for Call Sign it is actually up to you to choose a name as long as it is in good taste and not poor judgement. Traditionally in real life military aviation normally your squadron mate choose your name. This is done by a simple process based on your character traits, bad habits you may have, If you like pranks or be pranked on the list is endless to be honest. Basically it all comes down on often you commit said actions. Someone will call you a nickname and if it sticks that's your call sign. Unless someone else comes up with something better and catchy. Just thought i share that with you b/c during my career i have had 7 Call Signs at different places. All good and fun be safe and take care. ~Salutes~
Your call sign is something that is normally given to you but, here on the Raven we want you to be proud of and like your call sign so its is up to you to choose your call sign. This will help to keep any ill will or anything. Also your call sign must be appropriate or you will be instructed to select another.
It is really that simple. Once you have your tests scores back feel free to look at all the options and join a squadron that you think fits you.
Good Luck, welcome once again and if you have any other question don't hesitate to ask.