Are you thinking about joining one of the services; Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, Coast Gruard?
If you are, have you done any research regarding the testing process that will decide which jobs you may be qualified for once you join? Most people already have an idea of what they want to do in the service, probably because they want a career in that field or because it may be something that they can do once they do their 2-4 years of service.
For example, maybe you want to be a peace officer of some sort, but cannot afford to go to college. Maybe you would join the service with the hope of becoming a military policeman in your branch of the service.
Maybe, you would like to be a commercial pilot and hope to get your training and experience in the service.
The bottom line, is that you will take a comprehensive test when you decide to join, and wouldn’t it be a good idea to prepare for that exam so that you have a better chance of getting the particular job you are interested in?
Well, here is a link to get you pointed in the right direction.
Here is the info from the first couple of paragraphs from their website.
“The ASVAB test is a multiple choice test used by the military to measure an applicant’s suitability for enlistment.
There are nine sections on the exam: General Science, Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, Mathematics Knowledge, Electronics Information, Automotive and Shop Information, Mechanical Comprehension, Assembling Objects, and Verbal Expression. The time limits for each section range from 10 – 36 minutes; the entire exam takes three hours.
It’s important to do well on the test, because high ASVAB test scores lead to more and better military career options. Test practice scores are based mostly on the four math and verbal sections, so these are the critical areas to study for with multiple ASVAB practice tests.
You can use our large and growing library of free ASVAB practice test questions and videos to help you prepare for this all-important exam.”
I think you should check out the site and make sure that you are fully prepared to start your new career.