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like practice questions – each of whichreflects the standard, style, and challenge of actual test questions.

Our ASVAB test practice
questions cover all features
of the 2022 ASVAB exam.

Here, we have put together a small sample
of our complete range of questions to
help you prepare for the test.

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ASVAB Test Questions

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Each of these 6 tests contains 10 questions – all of which are representative of the kind of questions you can expect on the
day of your exam.For each of these tests, candidates are expected to achieve a score of 80 percent. This is the kind of score that
candidates must strive for on the day of your exam. If you are a registered member of ASVAB Test Practice, you have
access to thousands more practice questions to give you a real and lasting edge.

QUESTION TYPES ON THE ASVAB EXAM

Depending on whether you take the computerized version or the pencil & paper version of the test,
here are the core areas of the exam you must prepare for:

  • General Science

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Arithmetic Reasoning

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Word Knowledge

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Paragraph Comprehension

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Mathematics Knowledge

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Electronics Information

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Automotive/Shop Information

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Mechanism Comprehension

    15 questions in 8 minutes

  • Assembling Objects

    15 questions in 8 minutes

QUESTION TYPES ON THE ASVAB EXAM

  • There are 135 questions on the CAT-ASVAB exam and 225questions on the P & P ASVAB exam.
  • All 10 scores from the test are used to calculate theMOS score – or military occupational specialty score – scores that determinewhich roles candidate should join in the US military.
  • ASVAB scores are determined by percentiles.For example: a score of 72 mean that the candidate has scored at least as good as 72% of a 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, scienceand technical comprehension, and spatial comprehension.
  • Candidates have 173-minutes to complete the CAT-ASVAB, but most candidates finish well before this time, typically 90-minutes.
  • Test results from 4 of the tests: word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, arithmetic reasoning, and math knowledge– are used to calculate the AFQTscore which establishes whether a candidate is eligible to enlist in the US armed forces.

TOP 7 TIPS TO IMPROVE
YOUR ASVAB RESULT

01

Always re-read questions:

Never jump into an answer
right away.

02

Eliminate
answers

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

03

Never guess

Always improve your
odds by making it an
educated guess.

04

Trust your
instinct

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

05

Trust your
instinct

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

06

Be confident

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

07

Don’t hurry!

Use all available exam
time to your
advantage!

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