GoArmy.com, the official Army website, recommends March2Success as good preparation to help improve scores on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, or ASVAB. March2Success offers study materials in English, math, science and general test-taking skills that prepare students for standardized tests such as the ASVAB.
Although the March2Success website is not specifically focused on preparing potential recruits to take the ASVAB, the curriculum follows the in-service curriculum that the armed forces use to assist military personnel interested in attending military schools or changing job specialties to improve their ASVAB scores. The Department of Defense sponsors and administers the website, and the website contains links that students are able to use to find out more about the Army. The website is free for anyone who is interested in preparing not only for the ASVAB, but also for college entry exams such as the SAT and ACT.
Developed by Peterson's, a well-known civilian provider of test preparation materials, the online study aids include complete programs with interactive lessons, videos, quizzes and practice tests to help students sharpen their skills in core subjects. Anyone 13 years old and over can create an account and register for lessons. Students who need assistance can set up a parent, educator or recruiter as a monitor when they register. Individuals who use the March2Success curriculum have no obligation to the Army and are not contacted by recruiters.