ASVAB

AcronymDefinition
ASVABArmed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
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The multivariate correction for range restriction was used to estimate the population correlations between the experimental scales and the ASVAB tests because range restriction due to military entrance requirements substantially attenuates all ASVAB correlations (Johnson & Ree, 1994).
Commands interested in starting an ASVAB academy can reference MILPERSMAN 1236-010 for guidance.
Taylor, who administers the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test to students each December, says the military isn't the option it used to be.
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Only 12% of the values for income, 16% of ASVAB score, 5% of mother's education, and less than 1% of the data for the remaining independent variables are imputed.
OASC has helped many Servicemembers to increase their ASVAB scores.
We also wish that we had information--available in principle, but not to us--on ASVAB component scores in addition to the overall AFQT.
(17) I standardized the ASVAB coding speed score by year of birth as done with the AFQT; the standardized score has a mean of zero and a standard deviation of 1 in the full weighted NLSY79 sample.
OCMI is working to raise the ST score for in-service Soldiers with older ASVAB test dates.
A factor analysis of all the test data, followed by oblique rotations (which allow correlated axes), yielded the usual four ASVAB factors (vocational-technical information, clerical speed, verbal ability, and mathematics) and a distinct factor for tacit knowledge.
The resource, powered by the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, also provides a guided search tool.