If you are considering joining the US military you've probably heard from a friend of a friend "The ASVAB is so difficult, I failed the first time around" This is actually NOT true given that there is no 'fail' on the ASVAB. In this article I will help you understand what is meant by 'failing the ASVAB' and how you can avoid it.
The ASVAB or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is the military version of an academic entrance exam. You are required to achieve a certain score on the exam in order to qualify for your branch of choice, and for a specific, job, rate, or MOS within your chosen branch.
The ASVAB is designed to test you on the various topics and subjects that you have learned throughout high school and can have multiple means of score calculations depending on the aspect looked at.