CliffsNotes ASVAB AFQT Cram Plan

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Aug 2, 2011 - Study Aids - 312 pages
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Get a plan to ace the exam—and make the most of the time you have left.

Whether you have two months, one month, or even just a week left before the exam, you can turn to the experts at CliffsNotes for a trusted and achievable cram plan to ace the ASVAB AFQT—without ever breaking a sweat!

First, you'll determine exactly how much time you have left to prepare for the exam. Then, you'll turn to the two-month, one-month, or one-week cram plan for week-by-week and day-by-day schedules of the best way to focus your study according to your unique timeline.

Each stand-alone plan includes:

  • Diagnostic test–helps you pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses soyou can focus your review on the topics in which you need the most helpSubject reviews–cover everything you can expect on the actual exam:arithmetic reasoning, word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, andmathematics knowledge

  • Full-length practice test with answers and detailed explanations–a simulated ASVAB AFQT exam with scoring guide gives you an authentictest-taking experience

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I Diagnostic Test
II TwoMonth Cram Plan
III OneMonth Cram Plan
IV OneWeek Cram Plan
V Arithmetic Reasoning Learning the Language
VI Arithmetic Reasoning Tips and Tricks
VII Word Knowledge Building Word Power
VIII Word Knowledge Testing Your Vocabulary
IX Paragraph Comprehension Improving Your Reading Skills
X Paragraph Comprehension Answering the Reading Questions
XI Mathematics Knowledge Algebra
XII Mathematics Knowledge Geometry
XIII Mathematics Knowledge Trigonometry
XIV Mathematics Knowledge Probability
XV FullLength Practice Test with Answer Explanations

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About the author (2011)

Jane R. Burstein taught English at Herricks High School in New Hyde Park, New York, for thirty-six years. She has been an ACT and SAT tutor for twenty-five years, and a Reader for the Advanced Placement English Language exam.

Carolyn C. Wheater is a math instructor at the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York City and writes extensively on standardized test mathematics. She resides in Hawthorne, New Jersey.

Colonel Pat Proctor is an Iraq War veteran who has written for the U.S. Army War College quarterly journal Parameters and Armchair General.

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