ASVAB Auto Information
The Auto Information sub-test will be found in both the CAT-ASVAB and the pencil and paper version of the exam. You should know that your score on the Auto Information test will not be reflected on the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score. If you are taking the computer-based version of the ASVAB you will find that you will have 11 question to answer in a matter of 7 minutes. Those who will be taking the pen and paper version of the test will need to complete 25 questions within 11 minutes.
Testing & Scoring
The type of questions found on the ASVAB Auto Information test will be multiple-choice. You will be able to choose from four different answers for each question. The questions in this exam are designed to assess your understanding of the systems used in automobiles, transmission, mechanics, and electrical.
The score you receive on your Auto Information test is critical because it will be used to calculate the composite scores. Composite scores are important because they are used to determine which job position you will best be suited for.