2018 / 2019 ASVAB For Dummies
By Angie Papple Johnston
The bestselling ASVAB study guide—now updated for 2018/2019!
The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) is a timed multi-aptitude test developed and maintained by the Department of Defense. The test is given at more than 13,000 schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations nationwide and is used to determine the branch of service and career field where a candidate would most excel. If you’re one of the more than one million people a year preparing to take the test, this is your one-stop resource to ensure you perform your very best.
2018/2019 ASVAB For Dummies is packed with practice questions; an in-depth view of each of the nine subtests; strategy cheat sheets; proven study tips and test taking-tactics, as well as 3 full-length practice tests and 2 AFQT practice tests to help you prep for test day.
Score high and qualify for the military job you want Boost your math, science, and English performance Review all 9 subject areas covered on the test Find out how the test is scored and know what to expect on exam day
Scoring high on the ASVAB will require study and concentration. 2018/2019 ASVAB For Dummies gives you the tools and information you need to land the military future of your dreams.
Very helping and generous.4By C1iffy274c8I’m about half way through the book now and I already feel as though it’s helping me a lot. I took the ASVAB when I was in high school and did really well. It’s been 5 years since then and I’m not doing as well as I did years ago o the practice tests. However, after reading this and taking practice tests I can tell I’m becoming a lot less rusty and a lot more confident. The amount of practice tests it gives you is helpful as well. I do however, have one negative thing to say about it. There are a couple of mistakes. One that comes to mind is I think on page 293, (I can’t check without having to rewrite this whole review.). It says, “33% is 3/100 or 0.03.” This is incorrect as 33% is 33/100 or 0.33. I think it could have been a typo and they really meant to put, “3% is 3/100 or 0.03.”