When to Take the ASVAB Practice Test

A candidate for enlistment in the U. S. Armed Services should take the ASVAB practice test when preparing to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. This is a test administered by the U. S. Armed Services to any candidate for enlistment for all branches of the military including the U. S. Army, the U. S. Navy, the U. S. Marine Corps, the U. S. Air Force, the U. S. Coast Guard or the U. S. National Guard. The A. S. V. A. B. service two primary purposes. The first purpose is to assess the candidate for enlistment’s qualification for enlistment in the U. S. Armed Services. The second purpose is to assess the candidate for enlistment’s skill set in order to best match him or her with an occupation in the U. S. Armed Services once enlisted.

WHAT TO EXPECT ON THE ASVAB PRACTICE TEST

By taking a practice version of the A. S. V. A. B., the candidate for enlistment will gain two primary benefits. The first benefit of taking a practice version of the A. S. V. A. B. is that the candidate for enlistment will familiarize himself or herself with the test format. He or she will gain experience with the format of the two sections of the A. S. V. A. B. The first part is a written format and the second part is a multiple choice format. The second benefit that the candidate for enlistment will gain by taking a practice version of the A. S. V. A. B. is that he or she will gain a sense of which subject areas covered by the A. S. V. A. B. will require additional study in order to achieve mastery.

A career in the U. S. Armed Services can be an exciting experience for any young person. For this reason it is important that he or she perform well on the ASVAB.