That won't make you pass out, panic, or any of those other p-words. (Prepared? Yeah, we got that covered.)
On every major (and not-so-major) topic you need to know for the exam. Well, nine exams.
With feedback and explanations.
ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning: Test your word problem prowess by breezing through a bunch of arithmetic problems. Yes, "a bunch" is a technical term. And you thought you couldn't reason your way out of a paper bag...
ASVAB Assembling Objects: Assembling Objects tests your spatial prowess by asking you to look at a set of shapes. Bet you didn't know that your ability to put together tangrams would factor into your military placement.
ASVAB Automotive and Shop Information: Answer questions like "Which of the following saws is best for cutting bone?" Hint: If you answered anything other than "I have no idea," you might want to rethink some of your choices.
ASVAB Electronics Information: Circuits and transistors and currents, oh my!
ASVAB General Science: What do Sir Isaac Newton and Yoda have in common? They're both masters at wielding the Force. Well, a force, anyway. In addition to awesomely cheesy jokes, this section contains some Earth and Life Science for good measure.
ASVAB Math Knowledge: We'll call this section Operation Dumbo Drop, except it has no elephants and a lot more operations. The math kind, not the covert kind.
ASVAB Word Knowledge: Prove your mastery of five-dollar vocabulary with questions in two flavors: synonyms and vocabulary-in context. Yum, vocab-in-context flavor.
ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension: In the Armed Forces, you'll be required to find the main idea of a four-sentence paragraph in sixty seconds or less all the time. Okay, maybe not, but the skill still comes in handy from time to time.
ASVAB Mechanical Comprehension: What's more fun than applied physics? Nothing. Nothing is the correct answer. As Admiral Ackbar would say, "It's a lever!" (We might be paraphrasing.)
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