The ASVAB is designed for men and women who plan to join one of the five branches of the armed forces – Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard. The ASVAB is not the only registration requirement. Those wishing to join can click over here to consider all other registration requirements in addition to the ASVAB:
1. You must be between 17 and 35 years of age. You need the consent of your parents or legal guardian when you are 17 years old.
2. Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, or plan to have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
3. You must be a US citizen; or you are a legal permanent resident of foreign immigrants in the United States with immigration and naturalization documents.
4. You must meet other requirements, such as marital status, family members, and moral characteristics.
The results of the four sections, namely word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, arithmetic reasoning, and mathematical knowledge are the result of a military invasion which is also known as AFQT. The AFQT score is used to determine your conscription as well as your potential for military training.
What content is tested on the ASVAB and what are the different parts of the test? Each branch of the US military uses ASVAB assessments to determine individual qualifications for enlistment and placement in military career programs. The ASVAB consists of eight areas of study called subtests.