# What is a good ASVAB test score?

## What is a good ASVAB test score?

Standard Scores are on a scale of 0-100. On this scale, 50 is the mean, or average, and every 10 points from the mean represents one standard deviation. This means that a Standard Score of 60 would be above average. Most test takers score between 30 and 70.

**Is 93 a good ASVAB score?**

The ASVAB doesn’t have an overall score….Looking at AFQT score requirements for enlistment.

Category | Percentile Score | Trainability |
---|---|---|

I | 93–99 | Outstanding |

II | 65–92 | Excellent |

III A | 50–64 | Above average |

III B | 31–49 | Average |

**How are ASVAB tests scored?**

The ASVAB subtests use a one to 100 score range, so the mean is set to 50. The ASVAB standard deviation is set to 10. Therefore, if you receive a score of 60, you have scored one standard deviation above the mean. If you receive a score of 70, you have scored two standard deviations above the mean, and so on.

### Does ASVAB measure IQ?

The ASVAB is essentially an IQ test (correlation = 0.8). The ASVAB predicts SAT scores (correlation = . 82). And it correlates with ACT scores (0.77).

**What is a good score on the ASVAB test?**

Your ASVAB score includes your Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score. For high school graduates, the required score is usually in the lower 30s, while those with a GED are usually required to score at least a 50. A “good” score for those who have graduated high school is considered to be a 35.

**What is the highest score attainable on the ASVAB?**

Because the AFQT score (what’s typically referred to as the ASVAB score) is converted to a percentile score between 1 and 99, the highest score possible is a 99. Getting a 99 means you did better on the test than 99 percent of all the potential recruits who took the test.

## How to improve your ASVAB scores?

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**How do you get your ASVAB score?**

Obtaining Your ASVAB Scores Confirm the exact date that you took your ASVAB test. Check with your school counselor if you don’t receive scores in 2 weeks. Contact the ASVAB program if you don’t receive scores after 3 months. Include your name and ASVAB test date if you request scores online.