What is the ASVAB?

he Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. It is administered annually to more than one million military applicants, high school, and post-secondary students. 

Preparing for the ASVAB

As you get ready to take the ASVAB test you will need to spend some time studying. Remember, the higher your ASVAB score, the more job options you have for your military career, including an array of special pay and bonuses. 

You can start preparing now by taking ASVAB practice tests. These tests will give you an idea of how you'll score and identify areas for improvement. See the link below for a free online study guide. 

What’s the best way to study for the ASVAB? Start by taking a practice test to set a baseline score and understand the portions of the test that might be extra challenging for you. Find a quiet place to study, gather the tools you need, and set a study schedule for yourself. You can take ASVAB practice tests on and learn more about ASVAB study tips.

What is a good ASVAB score?

Each military service has different minimum ASVAB score requirements for entering the service or holding specific types of jobs. The maximum score for all ASVAB tests is 99.

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