Talking with the recruitors why do they have us take a 4 section practice ASVAB where there is an 8 section in the real ASVAB test?
After you are able to pass your practice ASVAB, you would schedule an appointment at your nearest MEPS to take the actual ASVAB.
Go to military.com and take the ASVAB practice test.
The ASVAB practice can be done online at Military Armed Forces, Base Ops, Official ASVAB, Test Prep Review, US Army Basic, Today's Military and Test Guide.
Some are yes.
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.
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.
I got a 60 on the practice test, and a 71 on the real test. You should get around the same score.
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.
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)
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… Read More
Becoming an E4 is not based on your ASVAB score. If you are talking about enlisting as an E4, you must have a Bachelor's degree. You can also become an E4 by enlisting and doing a good job and putting your time in.
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.
The Military website has 6 practice tests you can take, 3 short tests and 3 full length. Test Preview is another website that has practice questions you can try.
The ASVAB is graded on a percentile basis.
The highest score you can get on the ASVAB is a 99
ASVAB scores apply the same to all of the different branches. No conversions are required. However from talking to recruiters from all 5 branches, I can say that each branch will look at your score a little differently when it comes to what you will or will not qualify for. I have worked with recruiters from every branch and seen this take place. The AS in ASVAB stands for Armed Services, so your AFQT (… Read More
for me , it was the shop section, even though i have had prior auto shop work experience they also throw in some wood shop stuff i didn't really know. take a pretest on-line or a highly recommend purchasing at least 1 asvab study book.
ASVAB means Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
A score of 32 is the lowest score for the ASVAB test.
To enlist in the active Army you'll need a minimum of 31 on the ASVAB. as far as i know you need a minimum of 50 on the ASVAB to enlist in to the army.
Go to vMPF. In the "Most Popular Applications" section, click "Record Review/Update" Your scored are in the "Education & Training" page
you need to score 31(AFQT) on your asvab test.
No. The ASVAB is used to determine what occupations you can be placed in.
You are required to meet a minimum of 32 points on your ASVAB AFQT score.
The ASVAB score itself is not what is under review. The GT score determined within the ASVAB score needs to be 110 or greater.
The only thing you can have with you during the asvab is a pencil and 2 pieces of paper.
You have to take the ASVAB to enlist in any of the armed forces.
You can only score a 99% on the asvab.. To get a 124 would be impossible.
You can buy the ASVAB study guide at any major bookstore, like Barns & Noble.
study your butt off use the pre test on military.com and get asvab for dummies it helps alot
Not necessarily.. Completing the ASVAB is part of the enlisting process at your given MEPS
It depends on what job you are looking to join and the type of score it requires in different areas of the asvab. BAR NONE it is the special forces. SF does NOT have the highest asvab requirement most of them require in the 40-55 range. for the USAF most of the higher asvab required jobs are of electronics backgrounds
That is very low so no...get the book asvab for dummies I have one right in front of me good look
They are two different tests. The asvab is s military based test; therefore there is different vocabulary. I recommend studying for the test you take. If taking the asvab you can get study guides on post.
Selection to the Special Forces is not solely dependent on your ASVAB Score and there is no one section of the test to focus your attention on. Rather, the ASVAB Requirement for the Special Forces is a GT or General Technical score of at least 110. The GT is a composite taken from several areas of the test. To get a good score in this area you should seek to do your best in all… Read More
A good ASVAB score would be 65-80 and a great score would be 85-90(out of 99)
There is not a way to calculate the Air Force ASVAB score. You will have to take the test and turn it in so it can be scored.
You could go to the nearest military recruiting station and ask one of the recruiters to take the asvab test.
All of them.
No. Go talk to a recruiter and tell them you want to take the asvab but you arent sure if you want to join yet.
Yes. Your ASVAB score is good for 2 years, after that you must retake it to join the military. You must wait 1 month to take the asvab the second time, 1 month after the second time, then 6 months after the second time.
go to a recruiter
You can get into the navy and be a seamen
no sorry you can not use a calculator
you can go to community college
35 as of 2012.
A pencil and paper.
i am a sophomore in high school and i am 16 and i scored a 45 of the asvab and i am not exactly what people would call smart. I'm just about average for a high school-er. so i would say no, you didn't do so good on the asvab unless you are a high school-er like myself!
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… Read More
Whether ASVAB is hard or not is subjective. However, if you have an overall satisfactory high school record then possibly you have a great chance of doing well on the ASVAB. Of course the key is to prepare yourself for the test over an extended period of time. Helpful site for preparation: http://www.examville.com/examville/mh-asvab.jsp