The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, also known as the ASVAB, is a timed test given at more than 14,000 schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations. Practicing for the test is an essential part of studying for it. This article will tell you where you can practice for the ASVAB.
Many websites are dedicated to practice ASVAB tests. Military.com is a website that contains three short tests and three full-length tests that can be taken right online. As long as you have a working Internet connection, you can take these tests anywhere.
Books available in bookstores and libraries can help you practice for the ASVAB. Taking a practice test in the library will help to mimic the environment in which you would be taking the test.The workbooks from a bookstore are portable, allowing you to take practice tests where you please. Library books that are used for ASVAB preparation are usually reference materials that can't be checked out.
Most recruiting stations will allow you to take a practice ASVAB test. Contact your local office and ask if it supplies a practice service for the test.