This helpful book reviews all nine subtests of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), which is used to determine potential recruits’ qualifications for military service and specialties. It is also useful in helping high school students determine their vocational interests and aptitudes. This up-to-date and thoroughly researched test prep manual reviews the critical areas for test takers: word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, general science, electronics, basic mechanics, and shop and automotive information. It also offers tips and techniques for doing well on the “assembling objects” subtest. Extensively revised and updated by an experienced military officer, this information-filled book presents four practice exams with all questions answered and explained. The book’s final section offers guidelines for analyzing a recruit’s test scores and relates the scores to possible military occupational fields. The book may be purchased alone or with an optional CD-ROM that presents additional sample ASVAB tests in both timed and untimed modes.
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Published December 23, 2009
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