Students take the ASVAB


Written by Adaline Pauly, Copy Editor

On Oct. 14, students were able to take the ASVAB. ASVAB stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test. The ASVAB is a little bit different than the average standardized test. The test covers areas like electrical currents, automotive components, and compound machines. 

“[I took the test because] I plan on enrolling in the military after high school,” junior Faith Kelly said. “I needed to take it anyway.” 

Some students said they thought this was an easy test to take. 

“It was long, but I thought I did good,” senior Blake Davis said. “It was pretty easy in my eyes. It was all just common knowledge.”