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Asvab book.? Topic: Asva research
July 19, 2019 / By Edithe
Question: I have a ASAB book for dummies but its not helping at all,cause its not basic,it has to many sections so im trying buy a more simple asvab book,which one should i pick from barnes and nobles http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/The-asva... or do you have any better books you can recommend me @matthew where can i find the book,because i researched it and it didnt come up
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Charity Charity | 10 days ago
I suggest you forget about the military if the ASVAB For Dummies is too hard. Focus on your fast food career...........
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Charity Originally Answered: ASVAB HELP! PLEASE?
ASVAB......join college or something..im telling you the ARMY(hooah)isn't what you think it is one giant rat race for promotion points...huge reduction in rights...time away from family...fighting the war of big corporations and greedy men...and not to mention shaving everyday..lol good times.. seriously though just practice the online ASVAB tests..
Charity Originally Answered: ASVAB HELP! PLEASE?
I took an ASVAB last year, but it was more of a "career placement" test. I'm not sure if we're thinking of the same test but It was pretty simple as far as standardized tests go.

April April
Trust me, The ASVAB book is exactly what the ASVAB test is like. Just go over the questions that it has and you'll be fine. I actually found the book to give some good tips for test taking that I wish I had during college. It's a good book don't worry about getting any others. But do take the practice tests. That's the best thing you can do.
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Zackery Zackery
A "more simple" ASVAB book? It's stuff you should have learned by the time you finished 10th grade!
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Zackery Originally Answered: Marine ASVAB test?
Minimum percentage on the ASVAB is 32% and it looks like you achieved that. You could take the real ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) and find out. Taking the ASBAB does not commit you to any service, and it's valid for any military branch in case you want to join the army or navy... Your scores in four critical areas -- Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension and Mathematics Knowledge -- count towards your Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) score. The AFQT score determines whether you're qualified to enlist in the U.S. military and from that you get your GT score that all recruiters look at.

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