The ASVAB test is much like the SAT/ACT test that students take for entry into college-level education. The ASVAB tests recruits with their knowledge of basic reading, writing, mathematics, mechanical, and logic-solving reasoning to evaluate the IQ and intelligence to make sure that they can handle complex tasks such as operating a tank, vessel, aircraft, or any other expensive machinery. While not many fail the test, it is still a process every military member must go through before they can initialize basic training.

Account by Airman First Class Scott Hall, United States Air Force

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