Welcome to FREE-ASVAB-TEST
We are proud to offer free ASVAB practice test. Our soul objective is to help you prepare for the ASVAB. The US Military uses the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to test individuals wishing to join the US Armed forces. Even enlisted members will have to re-take the ASVAB if their individual ASVAB scores are not qualifing.The ASVAB comes in three types:
A large number of potential military recruits take the CAT-ASVAB. This computer adaptive test is an automated test administration system that displays questions, scores and records answers, scores ASVAB subtests, computes your AFQT, and allows for flexible start times and self-paced responses. This test is given at a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) and is used for enlistment purposes only.
The CAT takes about an hour and a half. The exam covers the same sub-tests as the MET-site ASVAB, except the CAT has 10 sub-tests because it divides the Auto Shop subtest into 2 subtests – Auto Information and Shop Information.
Computerized Adaptive Testing means that if the correct answer is chosen, the next question will be harder. If the answer given is incorrect, the next question will be easier. This also means that once an answer is selected on the CAT it cannot be changed.
Although you can speed through the CAT at your own pace, the test does have a time limit. If you finish a subtest before the time limit is reached, you automatically go on to the next test. Unlike the MET-site ASVAB you may leave the test room as soon as you are finished.
The MET-site ASVAB
The MET-site ASVAB is given at a Mobile Examination Test site. This test is used solely for enlistment into one of the military services. Test sites are located in different cities. You will need to be referred by a recruiter to take the MET-site ASVAB.
The MET is an eight area test multiple-choice exam where you write your answer on a separate answer sheet. Since it is a pen and paper test, answers can be changed. But be sure to completely erase all the changes you make – the answer sheet scanner is very sensitive. You are given a set amount of time, so you must do your best to answer all the questions in the time given. Unlike the CAT-ASVAB, you may not leave the testing room if you finish before the other testers. You should plan on spending several hours at the MET-site when taking this version of the ASVAB.
TIP: GUESS - Your test score is based on the number of items you have answered correctly in the allotted time, you are not penalized for wrong answers. A blank answer is always wrong but if you take a guess at least you have a chance of getting the question right.
The Student ASVAB
The Student ASVAB is used for career exploration for high school and college students. This pen and paper test version is given in high schools, colleges, or vocational schools. It is approximately 3 hours and is composed of 8 subtests.
Test results are sent to your school for you and your counselor to explore careers (this is called a post-test interpretation). You will also be given an interest inventory (Find Your Interests). Your ASVAB test results and “Find Your Interests” are tools for you to explore different occupations, identify a college major, and find out about your personality. Your AFQT military qualification score is reflected on your test results and can be used to enlist in any of the military services.