When you're ready to serve your country, they put you through the ringer first. This ASVAB quiz is going to get your mind working, to see if you have the mental mettle that it takes to be one of the military's finest.
You don't have to be a science wiz, but you do need to know a thing or two to pass the ASVAB. You'll be tested in life science and physical science.
NaCl is sodium chloride, more commonly known as salt. Knowing the chemical names and properties of common substances is a must.
If you have two quarts of liquid in a gallon container, then it's 1/2 full. One gallon equals 4 quarts of liquid.
To observe something is to watch it. Knowing the basic meaning of words is important for the ASVAB.
If x + y = 5, and x = 3, then y = 2. That would mean that 3 + 2 = 5, which is correct.
From the small paragraph, you can see that Jennifer was honorably discharged from the military, due to her injury. Basic paragraph comprehension is essential for the ASVAB.
In a four-cylinder engine, there are four pistons. In an internal combustion engine, there is one piston per cylinder.
To be naive is to be ignorant. People often associate the word with someone who doesn't choose to be ignorant, but is by circumstances.
The rotor in a generator moves within a magnetic field. The field is created by magnets.
The coolant in a vehicle flows through the engine block, cooling the engine. Heat from the engine is then carried up to the radiator.
The corkscrew used to open a bottle of wine is an example of a simple screw and lever system. Force is maximized as the lever is pulled up and away from the bottle.
1/2 is larger than the other examples. 2/8 can simply be reduced down to 1/4.
Cindy has 12 eggs and drops two. She buys 12 more eggs and drops one. 10 + 11 = 21.
Being able to see pieces of an object and arrange them into a whole is key for the ASVAB. Spacial awareness is tested.
Water is liquid, of course. But water can also turn into a solid or a gas. It's a rather versatile substance.
If 10 men are needed to run 5 machines, that means that 2 men are needed per machine. So, if there are 10 machines, that is 20 men.
Word association is quite important for the ASVAB. The word that is closest to associating with "large" is "costly."
When things are variable, they're shifting or changing. Variable finances are not quite steady.
A chisel is used for cutting. Most often, it's used to cut or shape wood, stone, metal or other hard materials.
If 50% of y = 33, then 100% of y = 66. Just double everything. This is a simple multiplication problem.
When Gear C makes one revolution, Gear D makes two. That's because it's half the size and can turn twice as fast.
In terms of electronics, AC stands for alternating current. General knowledge of electronics is key for this test.
Collusion is a secret agreement between two or more parties. Collusion is associated with illegal or harmful acts.
The word "foible" is most associated with "shortcoming" on this list. A foible is a minor weakness or eccentricity.
When something is repugnant, you can say that it is revolting. The behavior of a terrorist might be described as repugnant.
When something is malleable, it's said to be flexible. A person who can be influenced is also malleaable.
It's true that all mammals are vertebrates, because they all have a backbone. Basic knowledge of life science is necessary for the ASVAB.
Plants create food through a process called photosynthesis. In the process, they take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
The periodic table displays the chemical elements of the world. These are ranked by atomic number.
The pH scale is used to measure the acidity and alkalinity of substances. The Richter scale measures earthquakes.
As a chemical element, C stands for carbon. The atomic number of carbon is 6.
The rainbow is created by refraction, or bending, of light. The colors of a rainbow are always in the same specific order.
The stars in the Big Dipper are part of the Great Bear constellation. The Big Dipper itself is not a constellation.
A dormant volcano is active, but it can still erupt in the future. Mount Fuji is considered to be a dormant volcano.
The four blood type groups are A, B, AB and O. The universal red cell donor is type O negative.