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Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

These sites provide information about the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Included is basic information, registration information, study materials, practice tests and resources for considering a career in the military. Links to eThemes Resources on U.S. Military, U.S. Armed Forces, Careers: Exploration, Career Cluster: Government and Public Administration, and Study Skills.

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This wiki explains the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB); include information about its history, categories, standards for enlistment, armed forces qualification test, composite scores, and what the AFQT measures.
This site provides a brief historical look at military testing and its rationale.
This site provides answers to frequently asked questions related to the ASVAB.
This site provides resources about the ASVAB; included are links to practice tests, information about the ASVAB and joining the military, articles related to the ASVAB. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Interested in learning what kinds of questions will be asked on the ASVAB? Check out a sample question from each of the eight main sections.
This site provides practice ASVAB questions to help you prepare for the actual exam. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site provides information and resources related to joining the military; including entrance requirements, types of service, deciding between enlisting or becoming an officer, meeting with a recruiter, and completing the joining process.
This site provides information specifically related to army careers and jobs.
This site provides resources that assist with aptitude testing, self-assessment, and career exploration.
This site provides free resources geared at helping students with SAT/ACT practice tests and flashcards, test preparation with e-learning curriculum, and information about understanding college admissions and financing.
These sites provide information about the five branches of the U.S. Military including the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Learn what each one does, how the troops are trained, and what benefits and career opportunities there are by serving in the Military. Includes video clips, photos, stories, map of military bases, and FAQs.
This resource has sites on the U.S. military branches. Learn about the Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Coast Guard. Topics include the history, ranking, uniforms, medals, equipment, and Armed Forces Day. There are online games, photographs, and multimedia clips. An eThemes Resource on Military Aircraft is linked.
This site contains information about careers. Students can explore different positions in fields such as medicine, military, architecture, and television. Learn about different jobs, the required skills, training, potential pay, and working conditions. Includes information about making a career plan. There are links to eThemes resources on job hunting and interest assessments.
Find out how to get involved in government and public administration. These websites detail the occupations available and career information such as education needed, salary, and job growth information. Includes links to eThemes on career exploration and career interest assessments.
These sites are about study skills and homework tips. There is also advice for improving test scores, concentration, and memory skills. Also links to eThemes Resources on reading skills, listening skills, note taking, and standardized test taking.

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