2017/2018 ASVAB For Dummies with Online Practice

 
 
For Dummies (Verlag)
  • 6. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 31. Mai 2017
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  • 504 Seiten
 
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The bestselling ASVAB study guide--now updated for 2017/2018
If you're prepping for the ASVAB in order to begin or advance your military career, you know how important it is to succeed. Inside this bestselling study guide, you get in-depth reviews of all nine test subjects you'll encounter on the ASVAB, foolproof strategies for making sense of the verbal, math, and general components, and expert tips and tricks to help you discover the areas where you need the most help. Plus, you get a one-year subscription to the online prep companion, where you can study whenever you want, take full-length practice exams, and create customized practice sets in the subjects you need to study the most.
If you want to put your military career on the fast track to success, ASVAB For Dummies is your first stop. Whether you need to boost your math skills, improve your English, or take your understanding of science to new heights, this guide offers all the study tools you need to show up on exam day prepared to score your very best!
* Take six ASVAB practice exams to sharpen your test-taking skills
* Take advantage of one AFQT practice test to assess your enlistment eligibility
* Use 500 flashcards to improve your vocabulary
* Boost your test-taking strategies for exam day
Get the score you need to get the job you want!
6. Auflage
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Rod Powers retired from the United States Air Force with 23 years of service. A world-renowned military careers expert, he advised thousands of troops about all aspects of U.S. Armed Forces careers. Angie Papple Johnston joined the U.S. Army in 2006 as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Specialist, ready to tackle chemical weapons in a Level-A HAZMAT suit.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • About This Book
  • Foolish Assumptions
  • Icons Used in This Book
  • Beyond the Book
  • Where to Go from Here
  • Part 1 Getting Started with the ASVAB
  • Chapter 1 Putting the ASVAB under a Microscope
  • Knowing Which Version You're Taking
  • Mapping Out the ASVAB Subtests
  • Deciphering ASVAB Scores
  • Defining all the scores
  • Understanding the big four: Your AFQT scores
  • Do-Over: Retaking the ASVAB
  • U.S. Army retest policy
  • U.S. Air Force retest policy
  • U.S. Navy retest policy
  • U.S. Marine Corps retest policy
  • U.S. Coast Guard retest policy
  • Chapter 2 Knowing What It Takes to Get Your Dream Job
  • Eyeing How ASVAB Scores Determine Military Training Programs and Jobs
  • Understanding How Each Branch Computes Line Scores
  • Line scores and the Army
  • Line scores and the Navy and Coast Guard
  • Line scores and the Marine Corps
  • Line scores and the Air Force
  • Chapter 3 Getting Acquainted with Test-Taking and Study Techniques
  • Taking the Test: Paper or Computerized?
  • Writing on hard copy: The advantages and disadvantages of the paper version
  • Going paperless: The pros and cons of the computerized test
  • Tackling Multiple-Choice Questions
  • When You Don't Know an Answer: Guessing Smart
  • Studying and Practicing for the ASVAB
  • Making Last-Minute Preparations: 24 Hours and Counting
  • Part 2 Words to Live By: Communication Skills
  • Chapter 4 Word Knowledge
  • Grasping the Importance of Word Knowledge
  • Checking Out the Word Knowledge Question Format
  • Building Words from Scratch: Strategies to Help You Decipher Word Meanings
  • From beginning to end: Knowing prefixes and suffixes
  • Determining the root of the problem
  • Word families: Finding related words
  • Deconstructing words
  • Yin and Yang: Understanding Synonyms and Antonyms
  • ASVAB Word Knowledge Strategy: Finding the Answer When You Just Don't Know
  • Creating your own context
  • How's it feel? Letting the words speak to you
  • Compare and contrast: Picking up on signals
  • One of these things is not like the other: Ruling out wrong answers
  • Mind filling in? Replacing the word with the answer choices
  • Say what? Parts of speech matter
  • If all else fails, break your word
  • Guess what! It's okay on the ASVAB
  • You Are What You Speak: Improving Your Vocabulary, Improving Yourself
  • Reading your way to a larger vocabulary
  • Keeping a list and checking it twice
  • Crosswords: Making vocabulary fun
  • Sounding off by sounding it out
  • Word Knowledge Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Chapter 5 Paragraph Comprehension
  • Understanding the Importance of Paragraph Comprehension for Military Jobs
  • Eyeing the Physique of the Paragraph Comprehension Subtest
  • Trying the Four Flavors of Comprehension Questions
  • Treasure hunt: Finding specific information
  • Cutting to the chase: Recognizing the main idea
  • If the shoe fits: Determining word meaning in context
  • Reading between the lines: Understanding implications
  • Do You Get My Point? Breaking down Paragraphs
  • What's the big idea? Determining the main idea in a paragraph
  • Extra, extra! Identifying subpoints
  • Analyzing What You've Read: Guessing at What the Writer Really Means
  • Faster than a Speeding Turtle: Tips for Slow Readers
  • Read more, watch less
  • Become a lean, mean word machine
  • Build your confidence
  • Test-Taking Tips for Reading and Gleaning
  • Paragraph Comprehension Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Part 3 Making the Most of Math: Arithmetic Skills
  • Chapter 6 Mathematics Knowledge and Operations
  • Just When You Thought You Were Done with Vocab: Math Terminology
  • Operations: What You Do to Numbers
  • First things first: Following the order of operations
  • Completing a number sequence
  • Working on Both Sides of the Line: Fractions
  • Common denominators: Preparing to add and subtract fractions
  • Multiplying and reducing fractions
  • Dividing fractions
  • Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers?. . . and back again
  • Expressing a fraction in other forms: Decimals and percents
  • Showing comparisons with ratios
  • A Powerful Shorthand: Writing in Scientific Notation
  • Getting to the Root of the Problem
  • Perfect squares
  • Irrational numbers
  • Other roots
  • An Unknown Quantity: Reviewing Algebra
  • Solving for x
  • When all things are equal: Keeping an algebra equation balanced
  • Explaining exponents in algebra
  • A step back: Factoring algebra expressions to find original numbers
  • Making alphabet soup: Solving quadratic equations
  • All math isn't created equal: Solving inequalities
  • Looking at Math from a Different Angle: Geometry Review
  • Outlining angles
  • Pointing out triangle types
  • Back to square one: Quadrilaterals
  • Going around in circles
  • Filling 'er up: Calculating volume
  • Test-Taking Techniques for Your Mathematical Journey
  • Knowing what the question is asking
  • Figuring out what you're solving for
  • Solving what you can and guessing the rest
  • Using the process of elimination
  • Math Knowledge Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Chapter 7 Arithmetic Reasoning: Math Word Problems
  • Tackling the Real World of Word Problems
  • Reading the entire problem
  • As plain as the nose on a fly: Figuring out what the question is asking
  • Digging for the facts
  • Setting up the problem and working your way to the answer
  • Reviewing your answer
  • The Guessing Game: Putting Reason in Your Guessing Strategy
  • Using the process of elimination
  • Solving what you can and guessing the rest
  • Making use of the answer choices
  • Arithmetic Reasoning (Math Word Problems) Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Part 4 The Whole Ball of Facts: Technical Skills
  • Chapter 8 General Science
  • There's a Scientific Method to the Madness
  • Understanding Forms of Measurement
  • Doing the metric thing
  • Figuring temperature conversions
  • Another Day, Another Science: Scientific Disciplines You Should Know
  • Uncovering Biology, from Big to Small
  • Relating to your world through ecology
  • Categorizing Mother Nature
  • Perusing the human body systems
  • Thinking small: A look at cells
  • Swimming in the gene pool: Genetics
  • Chemistry: Not Blowing Up the Lab
  • Understanding the elements, my dear Watson
  • Sitting down at the periodic table
  • Getting physical: Changing states
  • Causing a chemical reaction
  • Where Few Have Gone Before: Astronomy
  • Taking a quick glimpse at the sun
  • Knowing the planets
  • Shooting for the moons
  • Watching for meteors, comets, and asteroids
  • Down to Earth: Rocking Out with Geology and Meteorology
  • Peeling back the layers of the planet
  • Outta this world: Checking the atmosphere
  • Warming up to cold fronts
  • Classifying clouds
  • Improving Your Chances on the General Science Subtest
  • Using common sense to make educated guesses
  • Getting back to your Latin roots
  • General Science Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Chapter 9 Auto & Shop Information
  • Checking under the Hood
  • The engine: Different strokes
  • Cooling system: Acting cool, staying smooth
  • Electrical and ignition systems: Starting up
  • Drive system: Taking it for a spin
  • Brake system: Pulling out all the stops
  • Emissions-control systems: In layman's terms, filters
  • Picking Up the Tools of the Trade
  • Striking tools
  • Fastening tools
  • Cutting tools
  • Drilling, punching, and gouging tools
  • Finishing tools
  • Clamping tools
  • Measuring tools
  • Leveling and squaring tools
  • Sticking Materials Together with Fasteners
  • Nails
  • Screws and bolts
  • Nuts and washers
  • Rivets
  • Building a Better Score
  • Auto & Shop Information Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Chapter 10 Mechanical Comprehension
  • Understanding the Forces of the Universe
  • He hit me first! The basics of action and reaction
  • Equilibrium: Finding a balance
  • Under pressure: Spreading out the force
  • Looking at kinds of forces
  • You Call That Work?!
  • Overcoming resistance
  • Gaining power by working more quickly
  • Relying on Machines to Help You Work
  • Using levers to your advantage
  • Ramping up the inclined plane
  • Easing your effort: Pulleys and gears
  • Multiplying your effort: Wheels and axles
  • Getting a grip on things with vises
  • Magnifying your force with liquid: Hydraulic jacks
  • Working Your Way to a Better Test Score
  • Using your observations and common sense
  • Using the mathematics of mechanics
  • Guessing with a mechanical mind
  • Mechanical Comprehension Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Chapter 11 Electronics Information
  • Uncovering the Secrets of Electricity
  • Measuring voltage: Do you have the potential?
  • Examining the current of the electrical river
  • Resistance: Slowing the electrical river
  • Measuring power
  • Getting around to circuits
  • Producing electrical effects
  • Switching Things Up with Alternating and Direct Current
  • Figuring out frequency
  • Impedance: Join the resistance!
  • Rectifying the situation: Going direct
  • Turning up the old transistor radio
  • Picture It: Decoding Electrical Circuit Codes
  • Eyeing Some Electronic Information Test Tips
  • Memorizing simple principles
  • Playing the guessing game
  • Electronics Information Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Chapter 12 Assembling Objects
  • Getting the Picture about Assembling Objects
  • Two Types of Questions for the Price of One
  • Putting tab A into slot B: Connectors
  • Solving the jigsaw puzzle: Shapes
  • Tips for the Assembling Objects Subtest
  • Comparing one piece or point at a time
  • Visualizing success: Practicing spatial skills ahead of time
  • Assembling Objects Practice Questions
  • Answers and Explanations
  • Part 5 Practice ASVAB Exams
  • Chapter 13 Practice Exam 1
  • Answer Sheet for Practice Exam 1
  • Subtest 1: General Science
  • Subtest 2: Arithmetic Reasoning
  • Subtest 3: Word Knowledge
  • Subtest 4: Paragraph Comprehension
  • Subtest 5: Mathematics Knowledge
  • Subtest 6: Electronics Information
  • Subtest 7: Auto & Shop Information
  • Subtest 8: Mechanical Comprehension
  • Subtest 9: Assembling Objects
  • Chapter 14 Practice Exam 1: Answers and Explanations
  • Subtest 1: General Science Answers
  • Subtest 2: Arithmetic Reasoning Answers
  • Subtest 3: Word Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 4: Paragraph Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 5: Mathematics Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 6: Electronics Information Answers
  • Subtest 7: Auto & Shop Information Answers
  • Subtest 8: Mechanical Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 9: Assembling Objects Answers
  • Chapter 15 Practice Exam 2
  • Answer Sheet for Practice Exam 2
  • Subtest 1: General Science
  • Subtest 2: Arithmetic Reasoning
  • Subtest 3: Word Knowledge
  • Subtest 4: Paragraph Comprehension
  • Subtest 5: Mathematics Knowledge
  • Subtest 6: Electronics Information
  • Subtest 7: Auto & Shop Information
  • Subtest 8: Mechanical Comprehension
  • Subtest 9: Assembling Objects
  • Chapter 16 Practice Exam 2: Answers and Explanations
  • Subtest 1: General Science Answers
  • Subtest 2: Arithmetic Reasoning Answers
  • Subtest 3: Word Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 4: Paragraph Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 5: Mathematics Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 6: Electronics Information Answers
  • Subtest 7: Auto & Shop Information Answers
  • Subtest 8: Mechanical Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 9: Assembling Objects Answers
  • Chapter 17 Practice Exam 3
  • Answer Sheet for Practice Exam 3
  • Subtest 1: General Science
  • Subtest 2: Arithmetic Reasoning
  • Subtest 3: Word Knowledge
  • Subtest 4: Paragraph Comprehension
  • Subtest 5: Mathematics Knowledge
  • Subtest 6: Electronics Information
  • Subtest 7: Auto & Shop Information
  • Subtest 8: Mechanical Comprehension
  • Subtest 9: Assembling Objects
  • Chapter 18 Practice Exam 3: Answers and Explanations
  • Subtest 1: General Science Answers
  • Subtest 2: Arithmetic Reasoning Answers
  • Subtest 3: Word Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 4: Paragraph Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 5: Mathematics Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 6: Electronics Information Answers
  • Subtest 7: Auto & Shop Information Answers
  • Subtest 8: Mechanical Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 9: Assembling Objects Answers
  • Chapter 19 AFQT Practice Exam 1
  • Answer Sheet for AFQT Practice Exam 1
  • Subtest 1: Arithmetic Reasoning
  • Subtest 2: Word Knowledge
  • Subtest 3: Paragraph Comprehension
  • Subtest 4: Mathematics Knowledge
  • Chapter 20 AFQT Practice Exam 1: Answers and Explanations
  • Subtest 1: Arithmetic Reasoning Answers
  • Subtest 2: Word Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 3: Paragraph Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 4: Mathematics Knowledge Answers
  • Chapter 21 AFQT Practice Exam 2
  • Answer Sheet for AFQT Practice Exam 2
  • Subtest 1: Arithmetic Reasoning
  • Subtest 2: Word Knowledge
  • Subtest 3: Paragraph Comprehension
  • Subtest 4: Mathematics Knowledge
  • Chapter 22 AFQT Practice Exam 2: Answers and Explanations
  • Subtest 1: Arithmetic Reasoning Answers
  • Subtest 2: Word Knowledge Answers
  • Subtest 3: Paragraph Comprehension Answers
  • Subtest 4: Mathematics Knowledge Answers
  • Part 6 The Part of Tens
  • Chapter 23 Ten Surefire Ways to Fail the ASVAB
  • Choosing Not to Study at All
  • Failing to Realize How Scores Are Used
  • Studying for Unnecessary Subtests
  • Losing Focus
  • Panicking over Time
  • Deciding Not to Check the Answers
  • Making Wild Guesses or Not Guessing at All
  • Changing Answers
  • Memorizing the Practice Test Questions
  • Misunderstanding the Problem
  • Chapter 24 Ten Tips for Doing Well on the AFQT
  • As Soon as the Test Starts, Write Down What You're Likely to Forget
  • Read All the Answer Choices before Deciding
  • Don't Expect Perfect Word Matches
  • Read the Passages before the Questions
  • Reread to Find Specific Information
  • Base Conclusions Only on What You Read
  • Change Percents to Decimals
  • Understand Inverses
  • Remember How Ratios, Rates, and Scales Compare
  • Make Sure Your Answers Are Reasonable
  • Chapter 25 Ten Ways to Boost Your Math and English Skills
  • Practice Doing Math Problems
  • Put Away Your Calculator
  • Memorize the Order of Operations
  • Know Your Geometry Formulas
  • Keep a Word List
  • Study Latin and Greek
  • Use Flashcards
  • Read More, Watch TV Less
  • Practice Finding Main and Supporting Points
  • Use a Study Guide
  • Part 7 Appendixes
  • Appendix A Matching ASVAB Scores to Military Jobs
  • Army Enlisted Jobs
  • Air Force Enlisted Jobs
  • Navy Enlisted Jobs
  • Marine Corps Enlisted Jobs
  • Coast Guard Enlisted Jobs
  • Appendix B Countdown to Taking the ASVAB
  • How Much Time Do You Have to Prepare?
  • Outline Your ASVAB Study Strategy
  • 12 weeks out: Identify your weak spots
  • 10 weeks out: Dust off your strengths
  • 8 weeks out: Studying with your recruiter
  • 6 weeks out: Retest yourself
  • 4 weeks out: Zeroing in on your targets
  • 2 weeks out: Flashcards, practice tests, and more flashcards
  • The day before the test
  • Appendix C Word Knowledge Resources
  • Digging Down to Word Roots
  • Pointing Out Prefixes
  • Spotting Hard-Working Suffixes
  • Index
  • EULA

Chapter 1

Putting the ASVAB under a Microscope


IN THIS CHAPTER

Checking out the different versions of the ASVAB

Figuring out what each subtest covers

Computing the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score

Taking the ASVAB again

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) consists of nine individual tests (ten for Navy applicants who test at a Military Entrance Processing Station, or MEPS) that cover subjects ranging from general science principles to vocabulary. Your ASVAB test results determine whether you qualify for military service and, if so, which jobs you qualify for. The ASVAB isn't an IQ test. The military isn't trying to figure out how smart you are. The ASVAB specifically measures your ability to be trained to do a specific job.

The famous Chinese general Sun Tzu said, "Know your enemy." To develop an effective plan of study (check out Appendix B) and score well on the ASVAB, it's important to understand how the ASVAB is organized and how the military uses the scores from the subtests. This chapter describes the different versions of the ASVAB, the organization of the subtests, how the AFQT score is calculated, and the various service policies for retaking the ASVAB.

Knowing Which Version You're Taking


The ASVAB comes in four versions, depending on where and why you take it. You'd think that after almost 50 years in existence, the test could've been whittled down to a single version by now. But don't get too confused about the different versions. Table 1-1 boils down the choices.

TABLE 1-1 Versions of the ASVAB

Version

How You Take It

Format

Purpose

Student

Given to juniors and seniors in high school; it's administered through a cooperative program between the Department of Education and the Department of Defense at high schools across the United States

Paper

Its primary purpose is to provide a tool for guidance counselors to use when recommending civilian career areas to high school students (though it can be used for enlistment if taken within two years of enlistment). For example, if a student scores high in electronics, the counselor can recommend electronics career paths. If a student is interested in military service, the counselor then refers her to the local military recruiting offices.

Enlistment

Given through a military recruiter at a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) or at a satellite testing site

Usually computer, may be paper

This version of the ASVAB is used by all the military branches for the purpose of enlistment qualification and to determine which military jobs a recruit can successfully be trained in.

Enlistment Screening Test (EST)

Given at the discretion of a military recruiter for a quick enlistment qualification screening

Computer

These mini-ASVABs aren't qualification tests; they're strictly recruiting and screening tools. The EST contains questions similar but not identical to questions on the ASVAB. The test is used to help estimate an applicant's probability of obtaining qualifying ASVAB scores.

Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT)

Given at installation educational centers to people already in the military through the Defense Manpower Data Center

Computer

At some point during your military career, you may want to retrain for a different job. If you need higher ASVAB scores to qualify for such retraining, you can take the AFCT. The AFCT is essentially the same as the other versions of the ASVAB.

For people taking the enlistment version of the test, the vast majority of applicants are processed through a MEPS, where they take the computerized format of the ASVAB (called the CAT-ASVAB, short for computerized-adaptive testing ASVAB), undergo a medical physical, and run through a security screening, many times all in one trip. The paper-and-pencil (P&P) version is most often given in high school and, rarely, at Mobile Examination Test (MET) sites located throughout the United States. Most MET sites use computers to administer the test.

Mapping Out the ASVAB Subtests


The computerized format of the ASVAB contains ten separately timed subtests, with the Auto & Shop Information subtest split in two. The paper format of the test has nine subtests. The two formats differ in the number of questions in each subtest and the amount of time you have for each one. Table 1-2 outlines the ASVAB subtests in the order that you take them in the enlistment (computerized or paper) and student (paper only) versions of the test; you can also see which chapters to turn to when you want to review that content.

TABLE 1-2 The ASVAB Subtests in Order

Subtest

Questions/Time (CAT-ASVAB)

Questions/Time (Paper Version)

Content

Chapter

General Science (GS)

16 questions, 8 minutes

25 questions, 11 minutes

General principles of biological and physical sciences

Chapter 8

Arithmetic Reasoning (AR)

16 questions, 39 minutes

30 questions, 36 minutes

Word problems involving high school math concepts that require calculations

Chapter 7

Word Knowledge (WK)

16 questions, 8 minutes

35 questions, 11 minutes

Correct meaning of a word; occasionally antonyms (words with opposite meanings)

Chapter 4

Paragraph Comprehension (PC)

11 questions, 22 minutes

15 questions, 13 minutes

Questions based on passages (usually a couple hundred words) that you read

Chapter 5

Mathematics Knowledge (MK)

16 questions, 20 minutes

25 questions, 24 minutes

High school math, including algebra and geometry

Chapter 6

Electronics Information (EI)

16 questions, 8 minutes

20 questions, 9 minutes

Electrical principles, basic electronic circuitry, and electronic terminology

Chapter 11

Auto & Shop Information (AS)

11 Auto Information questions, 7 minutes; 11 Shop Information questions, 6 minutes

25 questions, 11 minutes

Knowledge of automobiles, shop terminology, and tool use

Chapter 9

Mechanical Comprehension (MC)

16 questions, 20 minutes

25 questions, 19 minutes

Basic mechanical and physical principles

Chapter 10

Assembling Objects (AO)*

16 questions, 15 minutes

25 questions, 15 minutes

Spatial orientation

Chapter 12

* The Assembling Objects subtest isn't part of the student version of the test.

Deciphering ASVAB Scores


The Department of Defense is an official U.S. Government agency, so (of course) it can't keep things simple. When you receive your ASVAB score results, you don't see just one score; you see several. Figure 1-1 shows an example of an ASVAB score card used by high school guidance counselors (for people who take the student version - see "Knowing Which Version You're Taking" for details).

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FIGURE 1-1: A sample ASVAB score card used by high school guidance counselors.

Figure 1-2 depicts an example of an ASVAB score card used for military enlistment purposes.

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FIGURE 1-2: A sample ASVAB score card used for military enlistment purposes.

So what do all these different scores actually mean? Check out the following sections to find out.

Defining all the scores


When you take a test in high school, you usually receive a score that's pretty easy to understand - A, B, C, D, or F. (If you do really well, the teacher may even draw a smiley face on the top of the page.) If only your ASVAB scores were as easy to understand.

In the following list, you see how your ASVAB test scores result in several different kinds of scores:

  • Raw score: This score is the total number of points you receive on each subtest of the ASVAB. Although you don't see your raw scores on the ASVAB score cards, they're used to calculate the other scores.

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