The ASVAB enlistment test can only be taken at an approved testing location site. These are called Military Entrance Processing Stations, also referred to as MEPS, or a Military Entrance Site (MES) There are many different ASVAB testing locations spread out across the United States and Puerto Rico. There are MEPS and MES sites across all 50 states. The following states have multiple ASVAB testing center locations due to the geographic size and population of the state:
- California – Four Locations
- Florida – Three Locations
- Louisiana – Two Locations
- Massachusetts – Two Locations
- Michigan – Two Locations
- Missouri – Two Locations
- New York – Four Locations
- North Carolina – Two Locations
- Ohio – Two Locations
- Pennsylvania – Two Locations
- Tennessee – Three Locations
- Texas – Four Locations
- Washington – Two Locations
There is also a testing location site in Puerto Rico, located in San Juan.
How do I schedule a time to take the ASVAB?
To schedule an ASVAB test you should talk to your local military recruiter. The website www.todaysmilitary.com can help you locate the recruiter nearest to you. If your recuriter determines you are qualified to take the test they will schedule a time for you to take it at the closest Military Entrance Processing or Military Entrance Test site.
For those in grades 10,11 and 12 looking for a possible career in the military, there is also the ASVAB CEP, or ASVAB Career Exploration Program. This test is used to help assess possible career placement options in the military and differs from the enlistment version of the ASVAB. These tests can be taken at by students at the high school they attend.