Take our Electronics Information Practice Test 1 if you are serious about getting a good score on the ASVAB. Our test covers electronic principles and terminology, circuitry and more.
The Electronics Information Practice Test 2 is a great way to prepare for the ASVAB. The test features 16 multiple-choice questions, a progress tracker and much more.
Perform better on the ASVAB by taking our Electronics Information Practice Test 3 now. Measure your knowledge of electricity, circuits, and electronic systems.
The Electronics Information Subtest is designed to measure your understanding of electricity principles, currents, radio, television, engines, magnets and more. If you have an interest in electronics and/or want to pursue a military job in electronics, this is the subtest for you! On the CAT-ASVAB, you’ll need to answer 16 questions in 8 minutes and on the paper version of the test you’ll need to answer 20 questions in 9 minutes.
Here are some sample questions that may appear on the test:
This subtest is really designed for people who are interested in electronics, which means if that is not something you are interested in you don’t have to do well on this part of the ASVAB. The Electronics Information subtest is not included in your AFQT score. On the other hand, if you want to pursue a military job that involves electronics, and there are many that do, you will want to do your best on this section.
To get prepared for the Electronics Information Subtest, we recommend that you take our free practice test as many times as necessary. Each time after you take the test be sure to carefully review your answers. You may also want to consult our study guide and other resources available on our web site.
Our experts have written questions that will thoroughly test your knowledge of electronics and will prepare you for the questions on the real exam – so that you can walk in on test day feeling relaxed and confident that you will pass. Remember, you can take our Electronics Information Practice Test as amany times as you like. Each time you do retake the test, the questions will re reordered so you don’t memorize a pattern.