2016 ASVAB Test
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM (EST)
What is the ASVAB? It is a multi-aptitude test battery.
An “aptitude” is a capability that you have developed through experience or education that indicates your current readiness to be good at something, rather than just having the interest in it. This may refer to your capacity to learn a particular type of work, or your potential for general training. It measures aptitudes that are related to success in different kinds of jobs. And “NO!” you do not have to join the military, if you take the ASVAB test! But, if you are interested in the Armed Forces, it will help to see what jobs and training you can qualify for in a military career.
(MUST BE AT LEAST 15 YEARS OLD) sophomores, juniors or seniors have the opportunity to take this test at Wharton, which is only offered once a year. Test takes approximately 3 hours.
To better prepare for this test, you can come to Success Center to get a copy of the ASVAB Student & Parent Guide or go to www.todaysmilitary.com/ASVAB for additional assistance and preparation!
When & Where
Magda I. Rodriguez, Wharton College Career Counselor
Wharton High School College & Career Guidance
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