What ASVAB score do you need for transport?
you need to score 31(AFQT) on your asvab test.
An ASVAB score of 50.
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.
you need to get a 50.
A score of 32 is the lowest score for the ASVAB test.
There is not a pass or fail score, but individuals will need to obtain at least a 31.
The ASVAB score itself is not what is under review. The GT score determined within the ASVAB score needs to be 110 or greater.
To enter the Army Special Forces you will need to achieve at least a General Technical score of 110.
A good ASVAB score would be 65-80 and a great score would be 85-90(out of 99)
You can only score a 99% on the asvab.. To get a 124 would be impossible.
The highest score you can get on the ASVAB is a 99
None as long as you have a high school diploma or g.e.d. and score above the minimum allowed score on the asvab.
26 I believe, it may be higher but it's definitely under 30.
Your Asvab score won't matter as much as your line scores. Right now to become a MST you need line scores of VE+AR=115 (verbal expression + arithmetic reasoning) and a MK (mathematical Knowledge) of at least 54
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...
The Minimum score for the navy is a 35.
What do you have to score to join the national gaurds
it is called the afqt score and it tells you if you qualify to get into certain branches
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
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
stop using dude speak, its the internet, not a mil base
GT (General Technical) score of 31.
It depends on what job you are looking to join and the type of score it requires in different areas of the asvab. BAR NONE it is the special forces. SF does NOT have the highest asvab requirement most of them require in the 40-55 range. for the USAF most of the higher asvab required jobs are of electronics backgrounds
There is no overall "ASVAB Score." When you hear someone saying "I got an 80 on my ASVAB," they are talking about their AFQT (Armed Forces Qualifying Test) score, not an "overall" ASVAB Score. The AFQT is important. It determines whether or not you can join the military. The AFQT score is not derived from all portions of the ASVAB. Indeed, the AFQT score is determined from only four areas of the ASVAB: Word Knowledge… Read More
You can get into the navy and be a seamen
go to a recruiter
35 as of 2012.
Ive heard they require around a 40, but will usually only take people who get 65 or better.
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
No. You can't fail the asvab. a score of 51 means you got more correct answers than 51% of the people that took the test. You should be able to join any branch with a score of 51
it is not our job to say whether or not a person is stupid. but statistically, a 14 is not a very good score for the ASVAB test.
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.
88 is a good score. The highest score is 99. Lowest 32.
The formula to derive the AFQT "raw Score" is 2VE + AR (Arithmetic Reasoning) + MK (Mathematics Knowledge). This formula results in the AFQT "raw score," which is then converted into a percentile score. [cited from ABCs of the ASVAB. pg 3. by Rod Powers About.com]
That is very low so no...get the book asvab for dummies I have one right in front of me good look
If you took it at MEPS ask your recruiter.
Becoming an E4 is not based on your ASVAB score. If you are talking about enlisting as an E4, you must have a Bachelor's degree. You can also become an E4 by enlisting and doing a good job and putting your time in.
Go to your education center and sign up for the FAST Class.
You have to take the asvab test first and the score is 31 or over.
Your ASVAB score is based on a percentile, meaning that the average would be right in the middle, so around 50. Also, this means that the highest score a person can get is 99. The minimum score you can get to enter the service depends on the branch, but it ranges from 31-36. As long as you score above that, you are eligible for entrance although your job options will be more limited with a… Read More
for the Army and marines a 31, for the Navy, Air Force, Coast Gaurd and Army National Gaurd you need a 50
Theres specific Line Scores, just try and answer the questions correctly to get a good score.
31 is the minimum for the General Technical (GT) score, out of a possible 130.
I can. You probably can't.
yes it is all based on your ASVAB score
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
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.
No, the lowest passing score is a 32.