ASVAB (AFQT) scores are reported as percentiles between 1-99. An AFQT percentile score indicates the percentage of examinees in a reference group who scored at or below that particular score. For example, you have an AFQT score of 62 which indicates that you scored as well as or better than 62% of the examinees in the reference group.
In the MOS Manual it asks for individual line scores GT, MM, EL, and CL not your AFQT.
Not sure what you’re question is but I’ll assume you meant: Do you still have to go through bootcamp even though you went through ROTC?
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) is a college-based program for training commissioned officers of the United States Armed Forces. Meaning its meant for officer training and though you may have taken it, it does not equate to Marine Corps training which you will also have to take, either through Officer Candidates School (OCS)/The Basic School (TBS) or Marine Corps Recruit Training (Bootcamp).
If the rumors are coming from civilians talking about military life, they have no authority, if rumors are coming from a military member or military spouse/child then you have to question the motive of their rumor. I have come across many military members who are disgruntled about military life, mostly because they never came to understand the rules of leadership in the military and following the proper procedures to question it. Most if not all of those disgruntled military members were first term members, meaning they only served one term.
Rumors are rumors the only way to get to the fact is by experience. Just like everything in life you can either nag and cry about your sorrows or you can face the challenge and do something about it. The resources are out there for Veterans and Members to utilize, but its up to each individual member/vet to pursue it.
Personally I have not had any issue of being left on my own, but then again I always had another Marine to talk to. Which is another reason why Ask-A-Marine exists.
Its all subjective cause you can only judge it by experiencing both and once you’ve gone through one of them the other will either seem easier or harder. I personally think because of the length of Bootcamp (12 straight weeks) vice OCS (10 straight weeks) that Bootcamp would seem to be the harder challenge.