How Many Times Can I Take The ASVAB And How Is It Scored?

You can restore ASVAB according to certain rules. ASVAB results are valid for 2 years from the test date. If you have used the ASVAB in the last 2 years, the following rules apply:

1. You must take all 8 subtests while repeating the test. You can check this link right here now to get the detailed information about the ASVAB exam.

2. You must wait at least 30 days to take the ASVAB again. After repeating the test twice (3 attempts in total), you will have to wait 6 months for the fourth time.

3. You will need to repeat the test with a different version unless more than 6 months have passed.

In addition, if you took the ASVAB for registration and your final result was more than 20 points higher than your results on any other ASVAB in the last 6 months, you must take a confirmation test.

Your ASVAB assessment report will include the following:

1. Results for each of the 8 subtests

2. Three career outcomes: verbal skills, math skills, and science and engineering skills

3. Percentage for each area

The percentile results indicate where you stand in relation to the national sample of test takers and indicate your strengths and weaknesses in each area. Percentages are used to understand your skills in one area over another. 

Your combined assessment indicates your ability to perform certain functions in the armed forces. Each section of the armed forces has its own minimum requirements for transit.