ASVAB Auto and Shop Information Practice Test 1
Auto and Shop Information Practice Test 1 is the first practice test in our series and features 50 questions designed to thoroughly check your knowledge of automotive and shop tools and procedures. If you want to qualify for an Auto or Shop military job or just want to perform well on this section of the ASVAB, our test can help you get prepared. Each...More About ASVAB Auto and Shop Information Practice Test 1 →
Auto and Shop Information Practice Test 1 is the first practice test in our series and features 50 questions designed to thoroughly check your knowledge of automotive and shop tools and procedures.
If you want to qualify for an Auto or Shop military job or just want to perform well on this section of the ASVAB, our test can help you get prepared.
Each of the 50 questions it contains is multiple choice – you will be required to select the correct answer from four possible options.
In addition to questions that are similar to the ones on the real ASVAB, our practice test also includes: a review function so that you can study each question and answer; a color-coded progress tracker and unlimited retests.
That’s right, you can take this test as many times as you want – as an added bonus each time you retake the test the questions will be reordered to create a new test experience.
Coverage of Auto and Shop Information Concepts
This practice test covers a range of concepts including: automotive systems, maintenance, repair, tools, materials and basic shop practices. It requires not only knowledge but also practical understanding gained from hands-on experience or vocational training.
You can expect questions to cover the following concepts,
Automotive Knowledge: Engine types and components, vehicle systems, maintenance fundamentals, troubleshooting, tools and their applications.
Shop Tools and Practices: Identification and use of various hand, power, welding, and cutting tools, safety protocols, measurement tools and their application
Materials and Fasteners: identify the types and properties of common materials used in automotive and shop work, types of fasteners, adhesives and sealants.
Basic Electrical Knowledge: Electronics fundamentals (e.g., voltage, current, resistance), automotive electrical systems, electrical testing and measurement tools.
Practical Problem-Solving: Diagnosing and solving common mechanical problems, applying theoretical knowledge to practical situations, understanding and following technical diagrams and manuals
The General Science section of the ASVAB not only tests your automotive and shop knowledge but how well you can apply this information in various situations. Here are a few additional tips to ensure you do well on this section of the AVAB.
Have or Develop Hands On Experience: Having experience with repair or shop work can be highly advantageous.
Decipher Visual Information: Being able to understand and interpret information and diagrams is crucial.
Understand the Importance of a Safe Environment: Familiarity with safety procedures and best practices in shop environments is important.
Preparing for this section involves studying both the theory behind shop work well as gaining practical experience or getting familiar with tools and common practices. The questions aim to assess both your knowledge and your ability to apply that knowledge in real world scenarios.
With this test you’ll be able to quickly tell your strengths and weaknesses in this area so that you can better focus your study efforts in the future. The test is 100% online so you can take it when it is convenient for you.
Also, remember the test is formatted like the real ASVAB so that you can get familiar with the test taking process.