The Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 1 will test your ability to answer word problems that involve basic mathematical calculations. There is no better way to determine if you are ready to sit for this portion of the real ASVAB.
The Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 2 is a 16-question test that has been designed for those who are looking for more practice in this important subject area. The questions are word problems that involve basic arithmetic calculations.
The Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 3 is the third practice test in our series of Arithmetic Reasoning practice tests that are designed to get candidates ready for the ASVAB. The test contains 16 questions.
If two trains are traveling to the same destination and Train A leaves its station traveling at 60 miles per hour and Train B leaves its station traveling 45 miles per hour … well, you get the idea. Remember those math word problems you had to solve back in elementary, middle and high school? Well, this section is packed with them.
Arithmetic Reasoning Subtest Concepts
The arithmetic reasoning subtest will test your knowledge of the concepts listed below:
You’ll have 30 questions to answer in 36 minutes in the paper version of the test and 16 questions to answer in 39 minutes if you are taking the CAT-ASVAB.
Here are a few questions that are similar to the ones you‘ll find on the test:
The Arithmetic Reasoning subtest is used to determine your Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score and there are also certain military jobs that require you to score well on this section.
For those reasons, we recommend that you take our practice test which contains questions formatted like those on the real ASVAB. As a result, this test will help you improve your knowledge and increase your score. The test will also help you prepare for the experience of sitting for the real CAT-ASVAB.
You can take our practice test an unlimited number of times and each time you retake it the questions will be reordered to create a new test experience for you.