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  • 3 full-length ASVAB - AFQT practice test
  • Full-length practice tests and practice drills in: 
    • Arithmetic Reasoning & Mathematics Knowledge
    • Word Knowledge & Paragraph Comprehension
    • Assembling Objects & Mechanical Comprehension
    • General Science
  • Study guides for additional tips and explanations
  • Two practice modes - timed and step-by-step
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Breakdown of the ASVAB Subsections: 

 

  • Verbal Analogies – Including 25 questions within a 8 minute time limit, this sub-section will challenge your capacity to uncover word relationships while sifting through a variety of synonyms.
  • Arithmetic Reasoning – This test section takes your arithmetic reasoning skills to the max by giving you 25 questions to answer within 29 minutes. That is just 1:16 seconds per question.
  • Word Knowledge: Upping the game this segment requires you to answer 25 questions in 5 minutes flat. You will be provided with a capital word and be tasked to find an alternative word that is closet in meaning.
  • Math Knowledge – This section will evaluate your grasp of mathematical terms and principles related to the job you are applying for. Make sure to work quickly and methodically as you only have 22 minutes to answer a total of 25 questions.
  • Reading Comprehension – The questions in this portion of the test are very specific to officer Professional Military Education. The test will total 25 questions broken down by passages. Each reading passage will contain  500-600 words and shall be followed by 4-6 questions. All answer must be answered within a time limit of 38 minutes.    
  • Instrument Comprehension: This exam only gives a grand total of 5 minutes to answer 25 question or just 12 second per question. The questions relate to measuring the an airplanes flight coordinates. Make sure you understand the relationship between attitude indicator markings and the compass to successfully pass this stage of the test.  
  • Block Counting: Containing 30 questions in a strict 4.5 minute time frame, this test requires you to dive deep into a series of 3D block piles to determine how many are touching. Bear in mind the piles are divided between numbered and unnumbered, you want to find how many blocks are touched by the numbered blocks.
  • Table Reading – This segment focuses on intersecting coordinates. You will be tasked with finding as many (x,y) as possible within 7 minutes. You will face 40 questions.
  • Aviation Information – What do you know about aviation? Well, this exam will find out via 20 questions in 8 minutes. The test will come in two formats by either reading a sentence and choosing the right alternative statement or by reading a question and choosing the right answer.
  • Physical Science – This exam is restricted to 20 questions within 10 minutes. Physical science questions relate to topics such as, resistance, various energies, herpetology, and more.
  • Situational Judgment Test – Do you have the interpersonal skills to succeed on the job? The SJT will use a range of 50 questions to be answered within 35 minutes.
  • Self-Description Inventory – Using 240 questions this test looks at personal characteristics and attitudes. While there is technically no “right or wrong” answer, you will have to choose on a scale of 1-5 from “Strongly Agree” to “Strongly Disagree” on each question. You will be granted 45 minutes to complete the test.

Air Force ASVAB Scores

While enlisted airmen are obliged to pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) entrance exam, most officers must take the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) instead.  

It is important to note that scoring on the AFQT differs in accordance with your level of education. Those holding GED’s are required to score a 65, while those with only a high school diploma must score an overall score of 36.

Below is a table listing each qualification area, the ASVAB subtest, and what the final line score is a result of:

Qualification Area ASVAB Sub-tests Line Score Formula
Mechanical General Science (GS), Mechanical Comprehension (MC), Auto & Shop Information (AS) GS + MC + 2 x AS
Administrative Verbal Expression (VE)* VE
General Verbal Expression (VE)*, Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) VE + AR
Electronics General Science (GS), Arithmetic Reasoning (AR), Mathematics Knowledge (MK), Electronics Information (EI) GS + AR + MK + EI

*Verbal Expression (VE) = Word Knowledge (WK) + Paragraph Comprehension (PC)


Prepare for the ASVAB

Preparing for the ASVAB will bring you one step closer to joining the U.S. Air Force. JobTestPrep has created a comprehensive practice pack for the ASVAB. Our pack includes Air Force practice tests and study guides to prepare you for the exam. Start preparing today to become a member of the Air Force.


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