ASVABTutor.com wanted to help students preparing for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) understand why it’s important to learn what to expect when taking the exam.
With this digestible but detailed infographic, individuals looking to join the United States Armed Forces can quickly get an idea of the testing requirements, subtests, format, and time limits before sitting for the exam.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a timed multi-aptitude test designed to determine if you are qualified to enlist in the U.S. Armed Forces and assign the appropriate job in the military.
The ASVAB is administered via computer or paper and pencil.
The ASVAB contains a total of nine subtests which are primarily designed to measure aptitude in four domains: Verbal, Math, Science, Technical, and Spatial.
Test Lengths and Time Limits
Test lengths and time limits vary but generally range between 11-16 questions which must be completed between 7-39 minutes depending on the subtest.
Scores on all of the ASVAB tests are used to determine the best job for you in
By fully understanding what is required on the exam, individuals can focus their studies on the areas that will help them boost their overall scores while getting the MOS they are looking for.