ASVAB Exam Cram Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (Paperback)
|Author: Kalinda Reeves|
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180,000 people enlist in the U.S. military every year! Each candidate MUST take the ASVAB!
The ASVAB Exam Cram provides a succinct review of the exam topics for candidates wishing to join any of the military services. Students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades and post-secondary schools are eligible to take the exam; though sophomores may take the exam, their scores are not eligible for enlistment purposes. They must retake the exam as a high school junior or senior. About half of all US high schools nationwide (14,000) participate in the program. The exam is given by the schools or by a recruiter. Students are provided with scores for each of the individual exams, of which there are now nine, plus three Career Exploration Score composites: Verbal Skills, Math Skills, and Science and Technical Skills. The composite scores are used to evaluate an individual's skill level and aptitude, and help determine a career focus. The exams take three hours to complete. There are approximately 4100 job positions for enlisted personnel and officers within 152 career fields.