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ASVAB Tutor: Jennifer P. from Waterbury, CT

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ASVAB Tutor Details

  • Rate: $40
  • Travel Radius: 40
  • Waterbury, CT, 6708

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What is ASVAB Test?

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is the most widely used multiple-aptitude test battery in the world. As an aptitude test, the ASVAB measures your strengths, weaknesses, and potential for future success. The ASVAB also provides you with career information for various civilian and military occupations and is an indicator for success in future endeavors whether you choose to go to college, vocational school, or a military career.

ASVAB for Dummies

Time for the nitty gritty — how can you get the best score you possibly can on the ASVAB? Here’s a few insider tips.

1. Practice, Practice, Practice

“Practice makes perfect” is a well-known cliché; it also happens to be true. Take as many practice tests as you can. Figure out which areas you need to work on. Simulate actual test conditions, right down to the exact time for each subtest. Take a practice test online, and get test help guides. After you take practice tests, identify areas that you need to work on.

2. One Step at a Time

Once you’ve signed up for the test, build a schedule that allows you to study at a steady pace. Make a plan that you feel comfortable with, but don’t put off studying until the last minute. You’re not going to magically learn everything you need to know in one or two days. If you can organize what you need to do in advance, and lay it all out in manageable steps, you’ll be in full control of your study preparation, and be more confident.

3. Concentration

Discipline yourself so that during your study time, you are really studying. Get away from all distractions, and get yourself in the right frame of mind. It’s also better to study in one long, uninterrupted period rather than on and off for 10 or 20 minutes at a time.

4. Be Smart in Taking the Test

Get a good night’s sleep – people test best when they’re well-rested, have a healthy breakfast and a positive mind set. Dress comfortably on the day of the test, and make sure you have everything you need (your ID, extra pencils, etc.) before you go the testing center. Arrive at the testing center early.

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