The ASVAB exam is designed to assess the skills of individuals seeking access to one of the five branches of the US military. All candidates must pass the ASVAB as one of the qualifications to join the Army. You can easily enroll now here for the practice exam of the ASVAB.
The ASVAB test program is under the responsibility of the Ministry of Defense and administered by regional military entry stations (MEPS) or local satellite services, called military entry tests (METs). Military personnel conduct MEPS field tests, whereas civil contractors or government officials typically conduct MET field tests.
School Children in grades 11 and 12 as well as high school students have the right to take the exam. In order for your enlistment results to count, you must be seventeen years old when you are inducted into the army and your test results must not be more than two years old.
Adults who wish to take the ASVAB and join the Army must not be older than the maximum age accepted by the desired branch at the time of enlistment.
There are two candidate versions of the ASVAB – the computer (CAT-ASVAB) and the paper and pencil ASVAB exam. Please note that current military personnel who wish to improve their scores to qualify for certain advanced training courses must complete the AFCT classification.
When you are ready to take the ASVAB, contact your local recruiter. Your attitude determines your initial qualifications and makes you an ASVAB. The location where you take the ASVAB will determine when the proofing point is available.