ASVAB Boot Camp Forecasts Triple-Digit Growth as Graduates Prepare for the ASVAB

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An industry leader in online ASVAB practice tests is forecasting that its customers will double next month as graduates across the nation prepare for the ASVAB.

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We have online courses to help prepare for the Word Knowledge, Arithmetic Reasoning, Mathematics Knowledge and Paragraph Comprehension sections of the ASVAB.

Representatives with ASVAB Boot Camp announced today that graduates across the nation are taking advantage of the company’s online ASVAB prep courses with practice tests, and expects its number of customers to double next month.

“Our customer base has already increased 20 percent in the past month. We project this upward trend in customer growth to a least double this month,” says Brittany Schneider, CEO of ASVAB Boot Camp. “High school graduates who are serious about a career in the military will study for their ASVAB because they need to set themselves apart from an average military applicant by getting an AFQT score over 50.”

Every military applicant is required to take the ASVAB test and achieve a minimum score before he or she is accepted to join the United States Armed Forces.

“The online course we offer is interactive with games, practice questions and study tips to help candidates remember what they are learning as they go through the class online. The practice tests simulate the actual look and feel of the computer version of the ASVAB test, and each question has a detailed explanation,” Schneider pointed. “The practice tests also allow a person to decide if they want to see the correct answer at the end of the exam, only when an incorrect answer is chosen, or after every question. This flexibility in learning allows the user to customize their learning experience according to their preferences. The online study guides can be printed or viewed in digital PDF format. It is helpful to print out the study guides and reference them as candidates go through their online courses; this is similar to having a textbook in a traditional classroom setting.”

Schneider explained that the military is an increasingly appealing option for current high school graduates due to the rising cost of college coupled with greater unemployment for college graduates. The current employment atmosphere for high school graduates makes it difficult to justify the debt a student will accrue during college since job security is questionable.

Millennials, according to Schneider, are interested in joining the military now because they want the opportunity to serve their country. Plus, it’s enticing that the military will help military servicemen and servicewomen pay for college.

“There is a sense of pride in being an American and many of the ASVAB Boot Camp customers are excited with the prospect of getting to join the most powerful military in the world,” Schneider noted. “We get to experience this national pride from our customers who regularly participate in conversations on our Twitter and Facebook pages.”

Schneider went on to point out that she believes ASVAB Boot Camp customers are smart because they know joining the military is no longer like the post-9/11 recruiting days.

Gone are the waivers for health issues and low ASVAB scores, Schneider said, before adding that a few statistics from US military recruiting this past year show that 80 percent of applicants were turned away. Over 60 percent of US military recruits come from the top half of mental aptitude categories (a score of 50 or better on the ASVAB) and more than 99.6 percent of recruits have a high school diploma because it is the best indicator they will stay through their first enlistment.

“Be part of the 20 percent that is accepted,” Schneider said. “Set yourself apart from the crowd and study to get a high score on your ASVAB.”

Many military applicants are under the impression they do not need to study for the ASVAB. They think the test is simply to assess “where they are at,” Schneider noted. “However, a higher score means better job opportunities and potential signing bonuses in the military.”

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About ASVAB Boot Camp

Our online practice tests are one of the few online practice tests that are full-length, meaning there are as many questions on our practice test as there are on the actual ASVAB test. We have online courses to help prepare for the Word Knowledge, Arithmetic Reasoning, Mathematics Knowledge and Paragraph Comprehension sections of the ASVAB.

Our product includes four full-length practice tests available for purchase at a very reasonable price. In addition, the explanations for the correct answers on the ASVAB Boot Camp practice test are very detailed so the user can learn from their mistakes and choose the correct answer next time.

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