Cracking the ASVAB

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The Princeton Review, Nov 1, 2004 - Study Aids - 357 pages
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The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) serves as both a general-interest aptitude test and as the admissions exam for the U.S. Military. It is given year round at over 14,000 high schools each year to approximately 1.25 million people. The Princeton Review has joined forces with the military to produce a test preparation course to ensure that fewer recruits get turned away because of their ASVAB scores. Our unique test taking strategies are proven to raise scores and our experience with tests given on the computer, as the ASVAB increasingly is, has proven invaluable.
 

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Contents

How to Crack the ASVAB
13
Moth
15
Word Knowledge
71
Paragraph Comprehension
93
General Science
115
Auto and Shop Information
169
Mechanical Comprehension
193
Electronics Information
213
ASVAB Practice Tests
231
Practice Test 1
233
Answers and Explanations to Practice Test 1
267
Practice Test 2
281
Answers and Explanations to Practice Test 2
305
Practice Test 3
317
Answers and Explanations to Practice Test 3
343
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Assembling Objects
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The Princeton Review is the fastest growing test-preparation company in the country, with over 60 franchise offices in the nation. Each year, we help more than 2 million students prepare for college, grad school, professional licensing exams, and successful careers.

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