La expresión verbal (VE) puntuación se utiliza para determinar las calificaciones para muchos puestos de trabajo militares en todas las ramas, y se usa para ayudar a determinar su puntuación AFQT. Para calcular su puntuación de VE, los militares se suma el número correcto (1 punto por cada respuesta correcta) de la Comprensión (PC) y los (WK) subpruebas Palabra de Conocimiento y luego se comparan los resultados con la información en la tabla siguiente.
El ASVAB también produce varias puntuaciones de línea, que son diferentes para cada rama de servicio. las puntuaciones de línea determinan qué trabajos militar que está calificado para. Para los gráficos que muestran cómo estos resultados se relacionan con trabajos específicos en cada rama de servicio, haga clic aquí para el artículo imprimir, Los puntajes del ASVAB para trabajos militares.
Los miembros de la Reserva de la Fuerza Aérea son responsables del 20% de los trabajos realizados por la Fuerza Aérea. Un número creciente de ellos están trabajando en puestos de reservistas a tiempo completo, en ingeniería civil, mantenimiento aeroespacial, apoyo a las misiones y operaciones de la tripulación aérea. Para calificar para el alistamiento en las Fuerzas Aéreas, necesitas un puntaje AFQT de 36 si tienes un diploma de escuela secundaria, y una puntuación AFQT 65 si tienes un GED.
Getting a low score on the ASVAB might mean missing a chance at the military job you really want–or possibly not getting in the military at all. If the thought of taking the ASVAB has you stressed out, don’t worry- we’re here to help! Our free practice test for the ASVAB will help you identify areas or concepts you may struggle with understanding, so you can maximize the time you have to study and get the score you want the first time.
The Mechanical Comprehension section of the ASVAB practice test measures your understanding of basic mechanical principles and mechanisms. You may be asked why an intake valve on a pump opens when the piston goes down, or what direction friction is going when shown a diagram of a skier. The CAT-ASVAB has 16 questions in 20 minutes; the paper-and-pencil version has 25 questions in 19 minutes.

The ASVAB was created in 1968. By 1976, all branches of the military began using this test. In 2002, the test underwent many revisions, but its main goal of gauging a person’s basic skills remained the same. Today, there is a computerized version of the test as well as a written version. The Department of Defense developed this test and it’s taken by students in thousands of schools across the country. It is also given at Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS).
Direcciones: Comprensión es la cuarta subprueba en el ASVAB. Las preguntas están diseñadas para medir su capacidad de comprender lo que se lee. Esta sección incluye uno o más párrafos de material de lectura, seguido de declaraciones o preguntas incompletas. Lea el párrafo y seleccione la opción que mejor complete el enunciado o que responda a la pregunta. A continuación, marque el espacio correspondiente en la hoja de respuestas.
I normally don't care to do this, but I kind of felt like I had to with the number of errors in this book. I was actually liking the way it was setup and the tests and everything. I did find an error or two, which I shrugged off, most books have them. I keep reading, to find more and more and more. The thing is these weren't spelling errors. In fact, I didn't find one spelling error in my studies with this book. They were all information type errors. I can remember at least six off the top of my head. For example, in one single paragraph you are told invertebrates have no spine while vertebrates have no spine...yeah it caught me off guard too. One example from the math section, i forget which one, tells you (correctly) that you need to put your answer under the tens place when finding the product of, say, ten times twenty after you have multiplied the first number. It would look something like this: (did my best with the formatting)
Focusing Your Study - As you take more and more sample tests you begin to get a feel for the topics that you know well and the areas that you are weak on.  Many students waste a lot of valuable study time by reviewing material that they are good at (often because it is easier or makes them feel better).  The most effective way to study is to concentrate on the areas that you need help on.
The ASVAB test is taken by individuals interested in joining the U.S. military. It may be taken by high school students in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade. Or, it may be taken by someone who has earned a GED or higher degree. Along with determining your suitability for enlistment, the score you receive on this test lets officials know what military occupational specialties you may qualify for. 

I normally don't care to do this, but I kind of felt like I had to with the number of errors in this book. I was actually liking the way it was setup and the tests and everything. I did find an error or two, which I shrugged off, most books have them. I keep reading, to find more and more and more. The thing is these weren't spelling errors. In fact, I didn't find one spelling error in my studies with this book. They were all information type errors. I can remember at least six off the top of my head. For example, in one single paragraph you are told invertebrates have no spine while vertebrates have no spine...yeah it caught me off guard too. One example from the math section, i forget which one, tells you (correctly) that you need to put your answer under the tens place when finding the product of, say, ten times twenty after you have multiplied the first number. It would look something like this: (did my best with the formatting)


In complete honesty, one can say that the test identifies with an entire life's worth of knowledge. It essentially pulls from 3 different aspects. First, it draws from concrete facts that were acquired from all areas of a person's educational career. Secondly, it draws from a person’s ability to comprehend and use context clues to make assumptions. Lastly, it draws from a person’s physical/verbal skills to see if they can properly administer those more physical aspects. Overall this is why people have identified it as the “SAT on steroids.”
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