Pen Posted January 26, 2018 Share Posted January 26, 2018 My 9th grade ds in local high school, who is interested in military, just learned that he will be taking the ASVAB on Monday as part of career counseling things they do. The scores can optionally be released to military if I sign a form for that. I was thinking he might take the ASVAB as a 10th grader, with some time to prepare and was caught off-guard by this. He has not studied at all, and I do not expect that he will do extremely well on it both due to only being in 9th and also due to no prep (but could be wrong). I don't understand implications of releasing its scores or not. He is potentially interested in National Guard program which allows joining while at junior year of high school, such that scores now would be less than 2 years old at a point in future he might want to have a valid ASVAB score to use. If he does badly on Monday, how would this be affected? He is also potentially interested in Air Force, but that would likely be more than 2 years away and thus the scores from test on Monday would, I guess, not be valid at that point anyway. Does anyone know how this works? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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