From the ASVAB website:
What is the asvab?
The Department of Defense introduced the ASVAB (which stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) in 1968. It was originally designed to predict future academic and occupational success in military occupations. However, extensive research indicates the ASVAB assesses academic ability and predicts success in a wide variety of occupations.
The ASVAB CEP is used for career exploration and is given to high school and early post-secondary students. An enlistment version of the ASVAB is given primarily at Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS), and is used for enlistment purposes only.
Why should i take it?
Get to know yourself better.
Knowing who you are and what you are passionate about can make all the difference in your success (both academic and occupational).Before you make decisions about what to do after high school, it is important that you spend time thinking about your interests, values, talents, and abilities.Grades and test scores are only part of the picture. When making career plans, you should have a good understanding of what you do well, what you like to do, what your goals are, and what kind of lifestyle you prefer.
Identifying your skills and abilities can help you find occupations in which you are likely to be successful.
Knowing what really interests you is key to finding a satisfying career.
Understanding what you value about a job is important when exploring various occupations and planning for your future.
who should take it?
Hamilton offers the ASVAB to juniors. If seniors did not take it during their junior year or wish to take it again, see or email Mrs. Lytle in the Career Center (D100 firstname.lastname@example.org ) to sign up. Juniors sign up through the junior survey or the career center.
PRACTICE FOR ASVAB!
2019-2020 asvab testing at hamiltonOur ASVAB test has been scheduled for Thursday, January 30, 2020.Juniors should sign up on their junior survey. If you did not, please see Mrs. Lytle in D100.SENIORS wanting to test should see Mrs. Lytle in D100 to be added to the list.
For more information, visit the ASVAB website at www.asvabprogram.com/student-learn