To join the Army, Navy and Marine Corps as an included member, you must score well on the Armed Services Professional Abilities Battery (ASVAB) test. The maximum ASVAB score is 99.
The number of questions for the ASVAB depends on the version of the test you take. There are three versions of the test, two in military facilities and one in high school and college. You can learn the facts here now in detail about the three versions of the ASVAB
The different ASVAB versions are:
1. CAT-ASVAB: CAT-ASVAB is a computer test in MEPS.
2. MET ASVAB: The ASVAB MET site is a paper test conducted at a satellite location for those unable to travel to MEPS.
3. ASVAB students: ASVAB students are awarded by the school for vocational research.
The CAT-ASVAB has a time limit of 154 minutes with nine test subgroups and 145 questions. The ASVAB MET location has 225 questions and a time limit of 149 minutes.
No outside help is allowed during the ASVAB, including the math part of the test. This means you can't use a calculator to get the ASVAB. Depending on the version you are using, the ASVAB contains up to 55 questions about mathematical concepts. Get to know ASVAB by taking field tests.
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