Increase your Score on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (AVSAB) Exam – Complete Test Prep and Practice Test
Joining the Armed Forces? You will need to pass the ASVAB exam to enlist.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (AVSAB) exam is required in the first stage of military entrance processing. Your score on the AVSAB is part of your Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) score. Your score on the ASVAB helps determine what Armed Services specialty you qualify for, such as Army, Navy, or other.
The ASVAB test scores are made up of 3 different scores, sometimes called Career Exploration Scores. These scores give students a general sense of their verbal, math, science and technical skills. See our ASVAB Practice PDF
See how your ASVAB score effects the type of job in the Armed Services
About the Test
The ASVAB is a general Aptitude test.
Test Areas include:
* General Science (GS) – 25 questions
* Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) – 30 questions
* Word Knowledge (WK) 35 questions
* Paragraph Comprehension (PC) 15 questions
* Mathematics Knowledge (MK) 25 questions
* Electronics Information (EI) 20 questions
* Auto and Shop Information (AS) 25 questions
* Mechanical Comprehension (MC) 25 questions
Pass the ASVAB
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ASVAB Study Guide, Practice Questions, Tutorials, Test Tips, and Multiple Choice Strategies!
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Exam Study Guide and Practice Tests. Complete Study Guide including hundreds of pages of Tutorials, Self-Assessments, 2 sets of practice test questions, Complete guide to multiple choice strategy, Complete guide to taking a test, and Practice Test Questions for Paragraph Comprehension, Work Knowledge, Arithmetic Reasoning, and Mathematics Knowledge.
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