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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) could be one of the most important tests you ever take. There are...
Once the recruiter has determined that you are qualified for further processing, you will be scheduled to take the ASVAB.
Didn't get the ASVAB score you wanted? You can retake the test for a new score, but there are a few limitations to consider.
Thanks to a new program, applicants who hope to join the Air Force can now take the ASVAB pretest from any computer.
If you haven't been to March 2 Success in a while, recent changes have made it worth your while to take another look.
Learn about how your ASVAB scores could impact the job you have in the Marine Corps.
Get a feel for how your ASVAB score affects the types of jobs you can get in the Navy.
Learn about Air Force Specialty Codes, and how your ASVAB test score affects the jobs you qualify for in the Air Force.
Your ASVAB scores determine what occupations you qualify for in the military.
To find the jobs you qualify for, the Army breaks down your ASVAB subtest scores into groups known as line scores.
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Meeting a recruiter should be an informative, stress-free experience.
We cover the common questions that someone interested in joining the Navy may ask in this list.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery comes in three forms, each targeted to different needs.
Once you decide to talk to a recruiter, you should arm yourself with as much information as possible.
Follow these do's and don'ts on the day you take the ASVAB test.
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The ASVAB measures your strengths, weaknesses, and potential for future success in military and civilian occupations.