ASVAB Test Questions.

The more ASVAB test practice questions you take, the better prepared you will be on the day of your exam. Below we have put together hundreds of free ASVAB test questions to help you prepare for the exam. Answer explanations are provided at the end of each test, helping to plug any knowledge gaps you may have.

ASVAB Practice Test 1

  • 10 Questions!
  • 3 Minutes!
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ASVAB Practice Test 2

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ASVAB Practice Test 3

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ASVAB General Science Test

  • 15 Questions!
  • 8 Minutes!
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ASVAB Word Knowledge Test

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ASVAB Math Knowledge Test

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ASVAB Automotive and Shop Information Test

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ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Test

  • 15 Questions!
  • 39 Minutes!
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ASVAB Assembling Objects Test

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  • 40 Minutes!
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ASVAB Electronics Information Test

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ASVAB Mechanical Comprehension Test

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ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Test

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  • 22 Minutes!
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Question Types on the ASVAB exam.

On the computerized ASVAB exam, you have 172 minutes to answer 125 questions. Applicants taking the ASVAB exam are expected to study and prepare for all 9 knowledge domains.

15 questions in 8 minutes

General Science

15 questions in 39 minutes

Arithmetic Reasoning

15 questions in 8 minutes

Word Knowledge

10 questions in 22 minutes

Paragraph Comprehension

15 questions in 20 minutes

Mathematics Knowledge

15 questions in 8 minutes

Electronics Information

10 questions in 7 minutes

Automotive/Shop Information

15 questions in 20 minutes

Mechanical Comprehension

15 questions in 40 minutes

Assembling Objects

About Your ASVAB Exam Result.

  • There are 125 questions on the CAT-ASVAB exam and 225 questions on the P & P ASVAB exam.
  • All 9 scores from the test are used to calculate the MOS score – or military occupational specialty score – scores that determine which roles candidates can enlist into in the military.
  • ASVAB scores are determined by percentiles. For example: a score of 72 means that the candidate has scored at least as good as 72% of a representative sample of candidates who took the ASVAB exam.
  • 70 percent of ASVAB candidates take the CAT – or computerized ASVAB test.
  • The ASVAB exam tests a candidate’s knowledge of four key areas: verbal comprehension, math comprehension, science and technical comprehension, and spatial comprehension.
  • Candidates have 172-minutes to complete the CAT-ASVAB, but most candidates finish well before this time, typically within 90-minutes.
  • Test results from 4 of the tests: Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, Arithmetic Reasoning, and Math Knowledge – are used to calculate your AFQT score. This score establishes whether a candidate is eligible to enlist in the US armed forces.

How to Maximize Your ASVAB Test result.

Always re-read
questions.

Never jump into an answer right away.

Eliminate
answers.

You know to be wrong or are unlikely to be correct.

Never guess.

Always improve your odds by making it an educated guess.

Trust your
instinct.

It is likely to be pointing you in the right direction.

Review your answers.

Always double check whether you selected the correct answer.

Be confident.

Be aware that you know more than you think you do.

Don't hurry!

Use all available exam time to your advantage.

Access thousands more ASVAB Test Questions.

Our test questions cover all 9 subtests of the ASVAB exam – from Word Knowledge to Math Knowledge to Assembling Objects. You can also access our simulated ASVAB practice exams.

Full, detailed answer explanations are provided at the end of each practice test.

Our exam-like questions reflect the style and standard of questions tested on the ASVAB exam.

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