Students able to receive ASVAB scores in meeting Friday

Alyssa Murphy

Alyssa Murphy, WTV Executive Producer

Students who took the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery in December will need to report to the lecture hall during advisory Friday to receive their ASVAB scores.

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is a multiple-choice exam, administered by the united states military entrance processing command, used to determine qualification for enlistment in the U.S Armed Forces.

Given in more than 14,000 schools, the test not just helps determine whether you’re a good fit for the service, but also which branch would be best for you.

Taken as early as sophomore year, but tests are invalid for enlistment purposes until your junior year.

The ASVAB does not impact any high school grades or GPA. It doesn’t commit students to joining any service, but rather advises what’s best for you to do.