Improve Your ASVAB/GT Score
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB/GT Improvement Program is available to assist you with your scores. Our tutors are available in-person or virtually to help you prepare to re-take the ASVAB test. If you are interested in changing your Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), applying for either Officer Candidate School (OCS) or Warrant Officer programs, please complete the form below and someone will contact you to discuss how to get started.
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What Is It?
How Do I Qualify?
- Be currently serving in the Uniformed Services, with at least six years completed
- Qualify for the Post-9/11 GI Bill at any payment tier
- NOT be flagged for adverse action, ACFT/ABCP failure, or as Unsatisfactory Participant
- Agree to a four-year service obligation from the date of your transfer request
- NOTE: IF YOU VOLUNTARILY SEPARATE FROM THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD PRIOR TO COMPLETING YOUR OBLIGATION END DATE (OED), YOUR TRANSFER OF EDUCATION BENEFITS (TEB) WILL BE TERMINATED, AND ANY FUNDS PAID TO YOUR DEPENDENTS WILL BE RE-COUPED.
What Do I Get?
- Dependents receive same payment tier as the Soldier
- Spouses may use transferred benefits immediately
- Cannot use the benefit until transferring Soldier has completed 10 years in the Armed Forces
- Can begin using the benefit on their 18th birthday or upon high school graduation, whichever comes first
- Eligibility ends on their 26th birthday unless an earlier date is specified
- Natural, stepchildren, adopted children and wards and foster children who have lived with the SM for 12 months are eligible
- You can modify and/or revoke months for any dependents you originally transferred month of benefits to – even after you separate from service
- IMPORTANT! You must be currently serving to add a new dependent
How to transfer
- Go to: https://milconnect.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect/
- Click the "Transfer My Education Benefits" tab
- Once logged in, you will be directed to your transfer page to make the election.
More than 2,300 colleges nationwide will convert your military experience into college credits. Converting your experience saves you time and money. Different colleges accept different credits.
Joint Service Transcript (JST)
The synchronized transcript is based on the SMART model and presents:
- Personal service member data
- Military course completions with descriptions
- Military experience
- College-level test scores
- Other learning experiences
- Summary page with course category codes
- Academic institution courses page
If you are prior Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps or Navy, or do not have access to a Common Access Card (CAC) reader, you will need to register for a JST account. Active Duty, Reserve and Veterans of the Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy are eligible for JST Transcripts.
Use information on JST to help you write your job application and articulate your experience to potential employers.
- Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB)
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- Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)
- Selection Instrument for Flight Training (SIFT)
- Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT or aka-ASVAB retake)
- Exam Proctoring
- ASVAB Tutoring
- Non-Army personnel: (317) 964-7023
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES or DSST)