The ASVAB is the most widely used multi-aptitude battery test for students in the nation. ASVAB WEBSITE LINK
It is an opportunity for juniors and seniors to get an assessment of their academic ability and how that translates into real-life occupations. The ASVAB is the assessment that the military utilizes to determine eligibility for the armed forces. However, it is not only a military assessment.
Several composite scores are formed from different combinations of ASVAB test scores. Three composites or Career Exploration Scores are provided specifically to help students engage in civilian career exploration. These scores help students to get a good sense of their verbal, math, science, and technical skills compared to other students in the same grade. Once students get their scores back, they will be invited to participate in an ASVAB score interpretation. The interpretation will assess their academic scores as well as a personality inventory and provide a list of hundreds of potential careers that may be suited to their personal skill strengths as well as their interests. Further, under each career profile, there is data on what colleges and technical schools have strong programs for that career, where in the country those jobs are saturated, and information on financial aid.
Whether students are planning to go to college, join the military, attend a technical school, or start a career – ASVAB is a step in the right direction.
There will be several ASVAB tests scheduled to be held at school throughout the year. Please check this page periodically for dates, check the Pony Express, and watch BNN. Also, follow the College and Career Center page on Instagram.
For more information and study guides to help you prepare for the test, please visit https://www.asvabprogram.com
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