The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test is designed to measure aptitudes in four domains: Verbal, Math, Science/Technical, and Spatial.
It has 10 sections. Four sections of which are comparable to both the SAT and ACT that cover language and math skills and one section is comparable to the ACT that covers science. The five additional ASVAB sections cover vocational areas like electronics information, automotive information, shop information, mechanical comprehension and assembling objects.
Disclaimer: "A high score does not guarantee success, and a low score does not guarantee failure, in a future educational program or occupation. For example, if you have never worked with shop equipment or cars, you may not be familiar with the terms and concepts assessed by the Auto and Shop Information test. Taking a course or obtaining a part-time job in this area would increase your knowledge and improve your score if you were to take it again."
Early indicator on how well you will do on your ACT/SAT.
It DOES NOT obligate you to the Military if you take the test.
Snapshot of your CURRENT knowledge and academic skills.
Help you decide on or confirm your college major.
Puts you on the right path toward a satisfying career because of the OCCU-Find Feature which combines relevant, reliable occupational data information from various authoritative sources to present a holistic look at the world of work all in one place. Occupational listings for hundreds of careers are derived from O*NET Online. Supplemental resources provide information about the labor market (Bureau of Labor Statistics), career pathways (Career Clusters), education (National Center for Education Statistics), training opportunities (CareerOneStop), and Military Service options (using data supplied by Department of Defense).
ALL Juniors take the test on August 12, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cato 1 Room 140/142
ASVAB Makeup Day
ASVAB Interpretation of Results Day
Directions to follow on ASVAB Interpretation Day
Receive your ASVAB Scores & the ASVAB Career Exploration Guide
Login to www.asvabprogram.com
LEARN about yourself-your interests, skills, values and how the scores are an early indicator on how well you will do on your ACT/SAT
On the ASVAB Program website, select "Resources", select "Understanding Your ASVAB Results Tutorial"
ASVAB AFQT to ACT/SAT Conversion Table
EXPLORE the world of work and find out what it takes to get the types of jobs you like
On the ASVAB Program website, select "Resources", select "Taking the FYI Tutorial "
NOTE: DO NOT select I do not care when answering the survey questions (either you like or dislike)
PLAN steps toward getting the skills and qualifications you need
REPORT Your ASVAB Results to Ms. Wilkins by completing this google form
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