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Doing poorly on the ASVAB might mean missing out on the military job that you really want- and maybe not getting in the military at all. If you’re stressed about taking the ASVAB, don’t worry- we’ve got you covered! Our free study guides for the ASVAB will give you an overview of the concepts you need to know and will help you pinpoint the areas you should spend your time studying. From Arithmetic Reasoning to Word Knowledge and every subject in between, our study guides for the ASVAB will help you get the ASVAB score that you need!
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The questions in the ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning section will ask you to solve basic arithmetic problems that are presented in “word problem” form. You will need to take mathematical information (numbers, relationships, etc.) and create an arithmetic problem, and then solve it to find the correct answer.
Our study guide will help you review many of the skills and concepts necessary to be successful in this portion of the ASVAB. If you encounter a topic here that gives you trouble, you will know that you need to seek extra practice through math workbooks and/or some of the many online math practice sites.
At first glance, all of the answer choices for a question in this section may look alike. Learn how to be an effective observer, find out how to spot the differences, and get other suggestions for improving your skill in this area by using this study guide.
If you think you need to review what you know in this area, or just want to know what is covered on the test, check out our study guide. You’ll be better prepared to tackle the Auto and Shop section of the ASVAB!
Just how much electronics knowledge do you need to ace this section of the ASVAB? Find the answer to this question by using our study guide. You’ll find out what’s on the test and get a good outline of what to study!
The ASVAB General Science section contains questions that will require you to have knowledge of a variety of basic science principles. If you use our study guide as a basis for review, chances are you’ll have the knowledge in place to help you select the correct answer.
You may have had all of those math terms floating around in your head while you were taking the actual classes, but can you remember them now? Check out what you need to study while preparing for this section of the ASVAB by using our study guide.
The topic of Mechanics can cover a lot of ground. The field blends some science with a lot of general knowledge. So how do you know what to study in preparation for this test? Our study guide will lead you through the various terms and concepts you should understand in order to do well.
Understanding the information in a paragraph can be a complicated task and there will be a variety of question types on this section of the ASVAB. Gather some clues and find out exactly what to practice by using our study guide before you test!
Even if vocabulary is not your strength, you can use the clues in this study guide to help you figure out the answers on this part of the ASVAB. There are ways to narrow down the choices when you don’t know the exact answer and we can help you do that!
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