Each branch of the United States Military has minimum qualification scores that must be earned to enter that particular branch. Some branches have higher qualifications then others. Below is an overview of each. All Tests have a maximum score of 99 points Air Force The Air Force has two minimum…

Marine Corps. The Marines utilize three line score standards, as follows: Line Score Standard Scores Included Formula Mechanical Maintenance (MM) General Science (GS) Auto & Shop Information (AS) Mathematics Knowledge (MK) Mechanical Comprehension (MC) GS + AS + MK + MC General Technical (GT) General Science (GS) Arithmetic Reasoning…

NAVY ASVAB The Navy looks at standard line scores in addition to the following ten categorical line scores: Line Score Standard Scores Included Formula Engineman (ENG) Auto & Shop Information (AS) Mathematics Knowledge (MK) AS + MK Administrative (ADM) Verbal Expression (VE) Mathematics Knowledge (MK) VE + MK General…

The Air Force, meanwhile, makes use of the MAGE scores, which stand for Mechanical, Administrative, General and Electronics. Line Score Standard Scores Included Formula Mechanical General Science (GS) Mechanical Comprehension (MC) Auto & Shop Information (AS) GS + MC + (2 x AS) Administrative Numerical Operations (NO)…

The US Army evaluates your results against ten line score standards. They compute line scores by adding the various standard scores shown on your ASVAB scorecard. Practice Test Here Line Score Standard Scores Included Formula Clerical Score (CL) Verbal Expression (VE) Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) Mathematics Knowledge (MK)…

ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test. Basically, it measures your strengths, weaknesses and potential for future success. The military uses your test results to determine what job you will have in the particular branch of military you entered. For example, someone scoring high in mathematics,…

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