ASVAB Math Practice
The Mathematics portion of the ASVAB test will take a lot of focus and requires the same time and attention one might put into physical training. Remember that math does not necessarily require memorization, instead look at math as a language, if you understand the language you wont have to memorize a thing. Eventually, your mind will get used to it and you’ll be able to solve even the toughest of questions.
We know that dealing with Mathematics can at times be a bit frustrating. So don’t get discouraged if you don’t get the answer right the first time. Just like anything else practice makes perfect, all it takes is a little practice and determination.
When preparing to take the ASVAB Math test, we recommend that you learn to break each problem down into steps. It would also be a good idea to take the ASVAB Math practice test to see where you may need to improve upon.
We have put together all the tools for you, its all about sticking with it and getting it done. Yes, I hate studying too but a SO contract is a once in a lifetime thing, just do what it takes. These study guides will teach you step by step how to pass the ASVAB.
How To Pass The ASVAB
ASVAB Math Knowledge
The Mathematics Knowledge (MK) sub-test will evaluate your high school knowledge of Mathematics. This test is found in the pencil and paper versions as well as the CAT-ASVAB examination. You will need to carefully read and understand the questions presented in the Mathematics Knowledge sub-test. This test is very important, your score on this sub-test will reflect your overall Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score.
Its important to remember that when taking the Math Knowledge Sub-test you will have 24 minutes to answer 25 multiple choice questions. That means that you will have about a minute to answer each question. So, it is quite important for you to be fast as well as accurate. Study well in advanced to be sure that your ready before taking this test.
Testing & Scoring
In the Mathematical Knowledge sub-test, the questions are clear and pretty much laid out right in front of you. In this portion of ASVAB Math you are mainly presented with word problems. you will need to pay closer attention to the problems in order to identify the exact question being asked.
Your score in Mathematics Knowledge will be reported separately as an ASVAB standard score. This score will also be taken into account when calculating your percentile rank.