You can be asymptomatic, but your test isn't positive. A positive is 1.10, which yes, is really close.
The thing is, though, is that any test between a 1.1 and 3.5 can be a false positive, especially with no symptoms.
What was your exposure in 2014, and how long after your exposure did you test?
The index cut off on my question. It's 1.09 positive.