The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is the military's entrance exam that is given to prospective recruits to determine their aptitude for various military occupations. The four-hour test is also used by military recruiting services to gain valuable information on hundreds of thousands of high school students across the country every year, the vast majority of whom are under the age of 18. In many cases, students take the test without parental knowledge or consent. Unless the school that is used for the testing requests "Option 8" for reporting purposes, information from each test is given to local military recruiters to be able to conduct more effective sales pitches to our youth.
The data provided on this page details, Nationally each State or Territory, each school with the numbers of students that have been tested under each ASVAB option during the 2008-2009 school year.
Source: Rogue Valley Peace Veterans
ASVAB High School Testing Data - National