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Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery




Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery


The Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery test was created by the Defense Department in the 1960’s to help gauge the men and women that wanted to enlist in the United States Armed Forces. The test is used for several things, but it has two main purposes. -One. To see the particular jobs or skills, called aptitude that a candidate has for a specific job or set of skills. This helps determine what military jobs would best suit the candidate. -Two. To see if the Candidate meets the minimum level of qualifications in order to enlist in the military. There used to be ten areas on the ASVAB test, but now there are only nine different tests that make up the battery.

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In 2002 the Department of Defense erased Coding Speed, and Numerical Operations from the test queue, and then added a new section to the ASVAB entitled Assembling Objects, leaving nine sections total on the Test. There are different versions of the test. Paper ASVAB- This is a version given on paper, used for military recruiting and know by the name: Paper Form 20-22. It is given by Armed Forces Recruiters, and sometimes administered at the Military Processing Station. This is similar but not the same test as the High School version of the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery test. Test questions on both paper versions are about the same difficulty level but the two tests are separate and completely different tests. There is also a computerized version, given on a computer. This test is referred to as Computerized Version of Paper Form 20-22. Many people do better on the computer test than the written version. There is also a High School version, called Paper Form 18-19. It is a version often given to students during their last year of high school. Get your free military information now, Click Here!

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