The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) test was designed to measure aptitude in different fields of study--math, science, engineering, reading, and problem solving. This test opens students to a database full of current information on all careers and jobs across the country with access to colleges/universities/schools and career/job specific training/certifications required.
The ASVAB test is NOT about military aptitude and recruitment. The main purpose of the ASVAB is to help students understand their strengths and weaknesses in many fields of study such as math, science, reading/writing, problem solving, and technology in order to figure out potential careers/job opportunities to focus on.
Using data collected from your test results, a student has access to a database of continually updated/current job trends, colleges/schools where training on specific trades and careers takes place, and current information on state-based job demands, salaries, and national needs for jobs/careers.
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