About the ASVAB

The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) was introduced by the US Department of Defense in 1968. The purpose of the test is to predict future academic and occupational success in military occupations. More recent applications of results is to also assess potential success in a wider variety of occupations.

The ASVAB CEP (Career Exploration Program) is and is given to high school and early post-secondary students. An enlistment version of the ASVAB is given primarily at Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS), and is used for enlistment purposes only. The test will help you figure out what your talents are, what is important to you, and which careers match to both your skills and interests. 

ASVAB CEP results are reported to students and counselors on the ASVAB Summary Results sheet. Learn more about ASVAB scores here.  After you take the test, you will participate in a series of activities to help you understand your scores, yourself, and your options.

 

 

Who Participates in the ASVAB CEP?

High schoolers in grades 10-12, and first and second year college school students can participate.

3 Components of ASVAB CEP

ASVAB: The aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors.

FYI: The interest inventory measures your work-related interests.

OCCU-Find: A career catalog provides activities to help you put a plan together.

 

 

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