• Purpose:  
    According to the Official Site of the ASVAB, this test is “a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military”. (
    Who takes the ASVAB?
    It is recommended for 11thand 12th grade students who are considering a career in the military.
    Is the ASVAB test optional or required?
    The ASVAB test is optional.
    What areas does the ASVAB test cover?
    The test is comprised of 9 sub-tests:
    • General Science
    • Arithmetic Reasoning
    • Word Knowledge
    • Paragraph Comprehension
    • Mathematics Knowledge
    • Electronics Information
    • Auto and Shop Information
    • Mechanical Comprehension
    • Assembling Objects


  • Test Date:  
    November 17, 2020
    Registration Deadline:
    not applicable
    How do I register for the ASVAB test?
    click on this link to sign up:


    Visit the Testing Office in room 45, North Campus to sign up in person.
    What do I do if I missed the ASVAB test?
    The ASVAB test is only offered once per year at LTHS.  There is no make-up exam. 


  • Test Location:  
    The ASVAB test will be administered at LTHS North Campus, exact location TBA.  Students should arrive by 7:45 a.m.  Students will be excused from class for the duration of the test.
    What should I bring on test day? 
    Students need to bring their photo ID, #2 non-mechanical pencils, and an eraser.  No electronic equipment is allowed in the testing room (No calculator, no cell phone, etc.)
    Can I bring a snack?
    Due to the length of the test, a snack is not necessary.  Please do not bring a water bottle to the test.  There are water fountains available.


  • How do I receive my ASVAB test scores?  On December 1, 2020, students will receive their scores at an interpretation session at North Campus (Location TBD).  Students should arrive by 7:45 a.m.  Students will be excused from class for the duration of the session.  
    *Location subject to change. Students will be notified of score interpretation location on the day of the test.
    For additional information regarding ASVAB, please visit the Official Site of the ASVAB website: