Our ASVAB practice tests cover all nine categories of the ASVAB test. We recommend that you take a minimum of one practice test from each category to ensure you score highly at your local testing center. Select any category below to get started.
Remember math word problems from school? This section is filled with them, testing your knowledge to apply mathematical principles to the real world.
Measures your spatial relationship skills, which can be valuable in interpreting maps, technical drawings, graphs, etc.
In this section, you’ll be asked about basic automotive systems and repair and you’ll also be asked to identify common shop tools and practices.
Measures your knowledge of electricity and may include questions on current, circuits, radio, television and more.
Tests your science knowledge, including your understanding of health, biology, Earth science, chemistry and more.
Tests your knowledge of math concepts and applications. Questions cover basic high school mathematics.
Tests your understanding of basic mechanical devices and mechanical device processes. Includes many diagrams and questions about those diagrams.
Means just what it says: you’ll be given paragraphs to read and then you’ll be tested on your ability to understand them.
Tests your vocabulary. You’ll need to know how to differentiate words by spelling as well as what certain words mean.
There are a number of reasons why taking practice tests is a good idea when preparing for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. Let’s take a look at 6 of them.
The ASVAB is a wide-ranging test that covers a variety of different areas. Sure you can study for it on your own but taking practice tests can let you know what areas you are strong in and can study less and what areas you really need to focus your attention on to improve your score.
Reading page after page of boring content can cause the strongest minds to wander. Taking practice tests are a great way to break up the monotony of studying. Taking a practice test challenges you and keeps you interested in the material. Then you can review your test results and go over the questions you got wrong committing the right answer to memory. It’s a great, streamlined way to learn.
Again, the ASVAB is a wide-ranging exam covering many different areas. The designers of ASVAB practice tests, at least the high quality ones, know this and have spent time researching past tests to come up with practice tests that feature questions covering areas commonly tested for on the real exam. Thus, taking practice tests is a great way to focus on the material that matters most and avoid wasting your time studying content that likely won’t be on the test.
Another big advantage of practice tests is that they are fun. It’s fun to challenge yourself and see what you know. Instead of wondering if you are studying the right things or just wasting your valuable time, good practice tests can help you find out what you need to know while injecting your study time with excitement and competition as you try to outdo yourself each time you take a test.
These tests, again the high quality ones, are formatted like the real thing so you can get used to the question and answer formats and the time limits so nothing will be a surprise on test day. You’ll know what to expect and you’ll be used to going from different concept to different concept as is often required on the ASVAB. For example, on the math section you may have a problem using one popular math principle followed by another problem that relies on a completely different principle. This is common on a broad test like the ASVAB and preparing your mind to make these leaps can allow you to answer more questions in less time and boost your score.
Again, would you rather go into the ASVAB unsure of what to expect and not knowing if you studied the right things or would you prefer to have taken similar tests covering content commonly tested for on the real thing? Taking practice tests is a great way to build your knowledge, your confidence and your ASVAB familiarity so that you feel relaxed and confident on test day.