ASVAB Testing Information

The ASVAB Career Exploration Program test is limited to students in grade 11.

Taking the ASVAB can help students regardless of future plans after high school. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program provides career exploration scores, which can help determine a student’s readiness for further education and training in different career areas.

Knowing your child’s academic strengths and weaknesses now gives them time to work to improve them before they start a job, begin college or vocational school, or enter the military. To make an informed decision you need facts. If your child takes the ASVAB, s/he will be provided with the facts that s/he will need to pursue post-secondary goals. This is one of the few FREE aptitude tests that include a career counseling session!
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A.S.V.A.B.
ARMED SERVICES VOCATIONAL APTITUDE BATTERY

WHY SHOULD I TAKE IT?   An aptitude test helps you to measure your potential. It can give you a good indication of where your talents lie. By looking at your composite scores and your own personal interests, you can make more intelligent career decisions.

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is the result of more than 35 years of military research. It was specifically designed to identify individual aptitudes. If you are a junior trying to decide what to do after high school, your test score can help identify fields that you might explore. No matter what your age or inclination, the A.S.V.A.B. can be valuable to you because it can tell you more about yourself.

The A.S.V.A.B. is not a “pass” or “fail” test. Your scores will only show how well you did in comparison to a representative sample of other students in the United States who took the same test. Your scores will remain valid for 2 years.

  • Taking this test does NOT obligate you to join the military in any way!!!! You are free to use your test results in whatever manner you wish. A.S.V.A.B. results will NOT be used to enter your name in any registration program. You will be required to sign a statement releasing your test scores to all branches of the military.