ASVAB Electronics Information
The Electronics Information (EI) sub-test can be found on both the CAT-ASVAB and the pencil and paper version of the ASVAB. Its important to know that your score on the Electronics Information test will not be considered as part of your Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score. If you will be taking the computer-based version of the test you can expect to have to answer 16 questions in a matter of 8 minutes. Those taking the pen and paper version of the test will have 9 minutes to answer 20 questions.
Testing & Scoring
All questions on the Electronics Information test will be in the form of multiple-choice. You will have the option of four different answers for each question you have to answer. These questions have been designed to evaluate your knowledge of electrical systems, devices, circuits and electricity.
The score you get on the ASVAB Electronics Information test will be used to calculate your composite score. Your composite score is important because it will be used to determine which job position you will excel at the most.
These study guides will take you though the Electronics Information sub-test step by step and ensure you pass the ASVAB with flying colors.