Can Air Force recruiter tell me what job I am qualify for with the asvab score?
Yes and no. The ASVAB is a basic test used to qualify all men and women interested in enlisting, but within the test, a recruiter can identify potential MOS opportunities - but you need to remember that the Air Force, like every other service branch, will put you where they need you.
go to a recruiter
If you took it at MEPS ask your recruiter.
You would have to speak with a career counselor at the MEPS station for that. A recruiter might be able to give you some idea.
It may depend on which branch you're in; your best chance is to visit your local recruiter. If you've taken the ASVAB, the recruiter can pull up your files, and they can give you the entire list of jobs for which you qualify, but you do not need high scores to become an MP.
Same as any other job in the military. Go to a recruiter, score well enough on the ASVAB to qualify and tell your recruiter that you want to be a medic. Make sure it says medic (68W in the US army) on your contract.
it is called the afqt score and it tells you if you qualify to get into certain branches
There is not a way to calculate the Air Force ASVAB score. You will have to take the test and turn it in so it can be scored.
When you see a recruiter they will ask if you've taken the asvab if you say no they will give you a shortened version of the asvab, I think it was 50 questions total. The only addition I have to this answer is that the shortened version is called the Enlistment Screening Test (EST). I have taken it, at the Navy Office. It doesn't count as your score, it just gives them an idea of… Read More
Your ASVAB score is actually your AFQT score which is made up of a weighted average of your scores on the following ASVAB subtests: * Word Knowledge * Paragraph Comprehension * Arithmetic Reasoning * Mathematics Knowledge Depending on the branch of the military you're enlisting in you'll also have a series of line scores that will qualify you for particular jobs within that service branch. ASVAB/AFQT score gets you in and line scores qualify you… Read More
its based off which sections you did the best on
you need to get a 50.
Usually the person watching you while you take the test won't give you your score but your recruiter should be able to find out within minutes of finishing the test.
A score of 32 is the lowest score for the ASVAB test.
No. That's barely gets you into the military...You need a 50 to get the military benefits...I got 71...But its the Line Scores that really counts...If you plan on enlisting (which is really the only thing the ASVAB is used for) then talk with your recruiter and ask what kind of career you could do...But that score will get you into the military...
Pretty much anything, but again remember that the AFQT is just a composite score taken from 4 out of 9 subjects in the ASVAB. Generally your score might vary by no more than 10 points either way when taking the ASVAB compared to the AFQT.
ASVAB scores apply the same to all of the different branches. No conversions are required. However from talking to recruiters from all 5 branches, I can say that each branch will look at your score a little differently when it comes to what you will or will not qualify for. I have worked with recruiters from every branch and seen this take place. The AS in ASVAB stands for Armed Services, so your AFQT (… Read More
The ASVAB score itself is not what is under review. The GT score determined within the ASVAB score needs to be 110 or greater.
Your ASVAB score (actually your AFQT score) is made up of your scores on four of the ASVAB's subtests then ranked among all the other applicants who have taken the test. This makes it almost impossible to determine how many right answers are necessary on each subtest for a specific score. Also, you don't pass or fail the ASVAB you only achieve a certain score. That score is then used to determine if you qualify… Read More
ASVAB is irrelevant as far as going to Jump School or being on active jump status is concerned. So long as you can qualify for an MOS for which airborne slots are available, you can go.
you need to score 31(AFQT) on your asvab test.
You are required to meet a minimum of 32 points on your ASVAB AFQT score.
ASVAB scores are measured as percentiles. If you score a 33, that means you are in the 33rd percentile, and did better on the test than 32 percent of the people. If you got a 99, that means you did better than 98 percent of the people. I am not seeing how it is possible to score a 110 on that basis. However, things change, so you may wish to contact your local recruiter, and… Read More
A good ASVAB score would be 65-80 and a great score would be 85-90(out of 99)
That score means you scored higher than 58% of all applicants who took the test which isn't bad. It's enough to qualify you for enlistment in all service branches and also to qualify you for enlistment bonuses and other enlistment incentives.
You can only score a 99% on the asvab.. To get a 124 would be impossible.
You don't need any classes to get into the army. You need to score high on you ASVAB test. The Army requires a minimum AFQT (ASVAB) Score of 31 to qualify for enlistment. However, in recent months, the Army has been approving more and more waivers for those with scores as low as 26 (Category IVA). To qualify for certain enlistment incentives, such as enlistment bonuses, an Army recruit must score a minimum of 50.
The highest score you can get on the ASVAB is a 99
You have get an 85 or more my recruiter told me. Also Depends on what you want to do in the medical field. I'm wanting to be a combat medic but that's like In the 100's. Goodluck.
Yes, it is considered to be in the top percentile, and should let you get just about any job you want. I would talk to your recruiter aswell he could explain it better
Talk to your recruiter and enlist in one of the US military services. You must score over a 50 on the ASVAB just to qualify for a bonus, then your ASVAB scores must be able to be qualified for a job that is offering a bonus, not all jobs or branches offer a bonus. Don't get to concerned about a bonus be more concerned about the job that you are choosing for the next few… Read More
An ASVAB score of 50.
no..that is a terrible score.
The qualifying score for this test is 36. You will have to pass each of the 8 tests to qualify.
The Minimum score for the navy is a 35.
First make sure you are 18 years old and a legal U.S. Citizen by birth or naturalization or have Permanent Resident Status/Green Card. You do not have any past criminal convictions/felonies. (misdeamenors can be waived) 1. Get either a H.S. Diploma or a GED. 2. Go talk to a military recruiter. I recommend you talk to more than just one recruiter from one branch of military service. Best option is to talk to them all… Read More
I got a 61 too and i qualified for the 15- series, the recruiter told me to Google search 15 series abd look at jobs and their requirements, Hope i helped.
What do you have to score to join the national gaurds
50... They made it higher because too many people were enlisting. SOURCE: My recruiter
This is the breakdown of the ASVAB scores: They also differ with regard to minimum AFQT scores. * The minimum AFQT score for U.S. Air Force recruits is 36. * The minimum AFQT score for U.S. Army recruits is 31. * The minimum AFQT score for U.S. Marines Corp recruits is 32. * The minimum AFQT score for U.S. Coast Guard recruits is 40. * The minimum AFQT score for U.S. Navy recruits is 35.
You can get into the navy and be a seamen
35 as of 2012.
GT (General Technical) score of 31.
To enlist in the active Army you'll need a minimum of 31 on the ASVAB. as far as i know you need a minimum of 50 on the ASVAB to enlist in to the army.
i talked to about 4 or 5 recruiters in my area, they told me that as long as you score high on the asvab test, you will be ok to go in.
for the Army and marines a 31, for the Navy, Air Force, Coast Gaurd and Army National Gaurd you need a 50
study your butt off use the pre test on military.com and get asvab for dummies it helps alot
Not necessarily.. Completing the ASVAB is part of the enlisting process at your given MEPS
That is the current minimum score that you can have to join the United States Navy. 31 is the miminum score for the Naval Reserves. With a score of 35, you would most likely no qualify for any "A" schools so you would become an undesignated seaman, airman, or fireman upon completion of basic training (boot camp).
You will need a high score on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test. Also, the choice of what job you are placed in depends on the requirements of the Army at the time. Sometimes you can talk to the recruiter and get a guaranteed job.
There is not a pass or fail score, but individuals will need to obtain at least a 31.