When you see a recruiter they will ask if you've taken the asvab if you say no they will give you a shortened version of the asvab, I think it was 50 questions total.
The only addition I have to this answer is that the shortened version is called the Enlistment Screening Test (EST). I have taken it, at the Navy Office. It doesn't count as your score, it just gives them an idea of where your ASVAB score would be for tween they talk possible career interests, and what you realistically can and can't qualify for when you take the actual ASVAB
The best source for acquiring a practice test for the ASVAB is at a local recruiting office. The test is also available online from the Military website. The test is not Branch specific. The practice test is available for free at many online sites.
After you are able to pass your practice ASVAB, you would schedule an appointment at your nearest MEPS to take the actual ASVAB.
There are a number of sites that offer a free practice test or practice questions. Check out: http://www.military.com/ASVAB AND http://www.4tests.com/exams/examdetail.asp?eid=67 The first site has a lot of info on the significance of the test as well as tips on how to take it. You can find these at a number of sites. www.usmilitary.com/asvab-practice-test/ and military.com/ASVAB are merely two of many. sites.
Some are yes.
High school students can take the student ASVAB at their schools. The score is not used by the military. The ASVAB for enlistment is given at the MEPS, or you can arrange a CAT ASVAB through a recruiter.
I found this website that should help tremendously with ASVAB prep: http://www.testprepreview.com/asvab_practice.htm. They have broken down the test into several different categories to help you study so the more you practice the more likely that you will suceed.
it is not our job to say whether or not a person is stupid. but statistically, a 14 is not a very good score for the ASVAB test.
Yes - The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) as its title suggests is used by all the services.
I got a 60 on the practice test, and a 71 on the real test. You should get around the same score.
You can go to military.com and take the ASVAB practice test. There are 6 different pratice tests. 3 short tests (40 Questions) 3 long tests (400 Questions)
The most recommended book is McGraw-Hill's ASVAB. It has a comprehensive review of all the areas on the ASVAB, practice tests, items with explanations, word lists for you to study, math items to work on with explanations given, test taking hints for both the paper/pencil and computer versions, and 4, full-length practice tests. The practice tests will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses so that you can concentrate your study in the right places.
Your ASVAB score is actually your AFQT score which is made up of a weighted average of your scores on the following ASVAB subtests: * Word Knowledge * Paragraph Comprehension * Arithmetic Reasoning * Mathematics Knowledge Depending on the branch of the military you're enlisting in you'll also have a series of line scores that will qualify you for particular jobs within that service branch. ASVAB/AFQT score gets you in and line scores qualify you for job training.
None of the practice test questions you'll find in study guides or online are from the actual test. The military makes it very clear what format and type of questions are on the test so the creators of practice tests take that information and create their own questions that mimic those found on the actual test. So, they're good for studying but they're not the questions on the actual ASVAB.