ASVAB For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, May 22, 2007 - Study Aids - 387 pages
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This book contains proven techniques for acing the ASVAB and maximizing career choices. The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is the most widely used multiple aptitude test battery in the world; nearly one million high school students took the ASVAB in 2005. This up to date revision covers the latest changes to the exam, including the shortened version of the ASVAB for high school students as well as a new sample of the Armed Forces Qualifying Test. Providing a comprehensive review of all test subjects, it features four full length practice tests. Packed with test taking strategies, this update also addresses how the new elimination of two subtests (Coding Speed and Numerical Operations) affects overall scoring, changes to other subtests such as General Science and Auto shop, and the ongoing debate on offering the test in electronic format only.Rod Powers (Daytona Beach, FL) is a retired Air Force first sergeant and military author. He also serves as a military guide for About.com. Jennifer Lawler (Lawrence, KS) developed the curriculum and taught test preparation classes for the ACT and SAT standardized college admissions examinations.
 

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great. but number 4 is wrong btw its actually 99 percent not 100

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This book helped me study for a career iv been longing for!

Contents

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Rod Powers is a recognized expert in all U.S. military matters. He also serves as military guide for About.com.

Jennifer Lawler developed the curriculum and taught test-preparation classes for the ACT and SAT standardized college admissions examinations.

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