Military recruits take the ASVAB test at either a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), 65 of which are located around the US and in Puerto Rico, or at a Military Entrance Test Site (METS), which are often administered in Federal building, Military Reserve centers or National Guard armories.
High school, college and university students sitting for the ASVAB test as part of the ASVAB Career Exploration Program will normally take the exam in a designated area of their high school or college. You will be notified the exact location of your test when you are assigned and notified of the date and time of your ASVAB test.
At MEPS locations, nearly all locations provide computerized testing. In almost all cases the METS locations require that the questions be performed with pen and paper.