McGraw-Hill's ASVAB by Dr. Janet Wall
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

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The only insider guide to acing the ASVAB—Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

The third most widely administered test after the SAT and ACT, the ASVAB, required for enlistment and placement in the U.S. armed forces, is taken by 1.3 million high school students, armed forces recruits, and armed forces members each year. Yet, until now there has been no insider guide to the test. Written by a key former member of the Department of Defense ASVAB team, McGraw-Hill’s ASVAB offers test preparers unique insights into the “mind-set” of the test, along with surefire test-prep and test-taking strategies. Readers get:

Four complete sample ASVABs with explanations In-depth reviews of all content areas and question types Proven strategies for passing the Verbal and Math sections Answers to FAQs about scores and military recruiting procedures Complete lists of scores needed to qualify for hundreds of military occupations Everything they need to know about the computer-adaptive ASVAB

About Dr. Janet Wall

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Dr. Janet E. Wall headed the ASVAB Career Exploration Program for the Department of Defense.
Published November 23, 2005 by McGraw-Hill. 576 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction