Chris is a Stanford-educated tutor with over 10 years experience tutoring ASVAB to students of all abilities, from students struggling to get from a C to a B, to go-getters trying to move an A- up to an A, to struggling students just hoping to pass. In that time he got a lot of experience learning how to explain this stuff in a way it actually makes sense to normal people. Through his videos he has helped countless students, and he can do the same for you.
About the test: The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test is used by the military in order to assign incoming service men and women to the appropriate job. It is also sometimes used by secondary schools to help students in career planning. ASVAB testing may be conducted at a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), a Military Entrance Test (MET) site or your high school. The ASVAB is administered by computer at all MEPS, and by paper and pencil at most MET and high school sites. There are ten sections on the ASVAB, two of which are math. The math sections are Arithmetic Reasoning (16 questions) and Mathematical Knowledge (16 questions). The prep materials on this site cover these two sections. There is a time limit for each section: 39 minutes for Arithmetic Reasoning and 20 minutes for Mathematical Knowledge.
Calculators: No calculators are allowed
How to Study: Start by testing yourself on some practice questions (link below). After you take the test, score yourself to see where your weaknesses are, and then use the table below to find the right videos you need to brush up on or re-learn each trouble area. (Of course, if you have plenty of time to study before the test, watch them all!)
Once you've studied, retake the test to find out where you've made improvement and where you still need work. You can retake the practice test as often as needed, and the videos in the tables below are just to get you started; your membership gives you access to the whole site.
General Study Tips: If you haven't found them already, Chris has a great series of videos on HOW to study including how to counter math anxiety prior to a big test and the best ways to prepare. Study Tips
ASVAB: Arithmetic Reasoning and Mathematical Knowledge
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