Free ASVAB Test & Practice Information
Below are ASVAB tests, tips and tools provided to practice for military aptitude testing.
The score you receive - referred to as an AFQT Score - on the ASVAB test determines if you are qualified to enlist
in each of the U.S. military branches and is used to qualify you for career placement in the military.
In addition to free practice tests, a question and answer tool is provided so you may ask any questions that you are unable to find an answer to.
This is the practice ASVAB test provided online at www.military.com.
There is a short test, which consists of 40 questions. 3 tests are provided.
There is also 3 full length tests provided. See below for required test
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What does ASVAB stand for
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
What is the ASVAB test
A free test provided by the armed services to evaluate the ability of recruits. It is often
used as a tool to place the recruit in the most appropriate job. The test is required for all
who enlist in the armed forces.
Where can I find career information
Upon completion of the ASVAB you will receive a Military Careers score based on a scale of 1 to 7.
This score may be used at www.careersinthemilitary.com to determine similar types of personnel who have
the same aptitude level.
Where I Can Take The ASVAB Test
To take the ASVAB test you must contact a military recruiter to make arrangements for the test to be taken. To get in touch with a recruiter, select here.
What Is Passing For The ASVAB Test
You cannot fail the ASVAB test. The ASVAB is used to qualify you for enlistment into the armed services. Each branch of the military has different minimum requirments, see the chart above for minimum scores. Recruiters use these scores to help determine careers in which the person might be successful.
Is The ASVAB The Same For All Military Branches
Navy recruits take an additional Coding Speed test. This is a special test for classification into certain Navy specialities.
While scores are calculated the same for each branch of the military, the minimum requirements do vary between each branch.
Additionally each branch has Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) specific scores. Combinations from the nine tests determine if you qualify for a MOS.
For example, combat operations is derived from adding Arithmetic Reasoning, Coding Speed, Automotive and Shop Information and Mechanical Comprehension
What Score Do You Need On The ASVAB To Get Into The Army National Guard
The ASVAB scoring requirements for the National Guard are the same as the Army. The AFQT score required for the Army/National Guard is 31.
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