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How an ASVAB Tutor Can Help:
If you are starting an ASVAB study program, you need to know what you are expected to understand. You also want to make sure that you get assistance from a tutor to review your ASVAB practice tests that you take as you prep for the exam.The ASVAB currently contains 9 sections:
- Word Knowledge (WK)
- Arithmetic Reasoning (AR)
- Mechanical Comprehension (MC)
- Automotive and Shop Information (AS)
- Electronics Information (EI)
- Mathematics Knowledge (MK)
- General Science (GS),
- Paragraph Comprehension (PC)
- Assembling Objects (AO)
The AFQT (which is the combined ASVAB score) required minimum scores for people with a high school diploma as of May 2011 are as follows:Air Force (AFQT) 50 (GED is 65),Air National Guard (AFQT) 31 (GED Graduate is 50),Coast Guard (AFQT) 40 (GED is 50),Navy (AFQT) 50 (or 65 with GED),Marines (AFQT) 32 (or 50 with GED),Army (AFQT) 31. GED holders who earn 15 college credits 100 level or greater are considered equivalent with those holding high school diplomas. This would result in only needing the minimum score to enlist.
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