The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test is an exam that is administered to newly-entering members of the military in order to assess their aptitude for various skills and subject matters. This website provides an ASVAB practice test with sample questions designed to emulate the official ASVAB questions. All of our ASVAB test prep articles and tests are 100% free. If you're interested in joining the military, or if you already have and you would like some ASVAB practice simply navigate through the ten sections below and take the tests as often as you'd like. The practice ASVAB test consists of ten sections, click on a link below to take one of the sample tests.

ASVAB Practice Test Online offers potential enlistees an opportunity to prepare for a test that can play a major role in determining the course of their military career, the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, or ASVAB. The test is timed and has ten subtests, a practice computerized version of each of these tests is available on this website. As you do your ASVAB test prep, make sure you have a complete understanding of each test section.

**General Science.**The General Science subtest consists of 16 questions to be finished in 8 minutes. This test is designed to test your knowledge and understanding of physical and biological science.**Arithmetic Reasoning.**The Arithmetic Reasoning subtest consists of 39 questions to be answered in 16 minutes. These questions are arithmetic word problems.**Word Knowledge.**The Word Knowledge subtest consists of 16 questions to be completed in 8 minutes. This test gauges the applicant's vocabulary and understanding of synonyms and antonyms.**Paragraph Comprehension.**The Paragraph Comprehension subtest measures the test taker's ability to understand the meaning of written material. These questions tend to be a bit longer than some of the other sections and consists of 11 questions to be completed in 22 minutes.**Mathematics Knowledge.**The Mathematics Knowledge test consists of 16 questions to be completed in 20 minutes. This is essentially a high school mathematics review covering topics like ratios and interest.**Electronics Information.**This subtest covers the applicant's knowledge of electrical systems, devices, and circuits among other things. The test consists of 16 questions to be completed in 8 minutes.**Automotive Information.**Not surprisingly this test covers topics related to understanding of automobiles and automobile mechanics. Test takers have 7 minutes to answer 11 questions.**Shop Information.**The Shop Information subtest is 6 minutes long and consists of 11 questions. This test covers topics including shop tool identification as well as wood working and metal working.**Mechanical Comprehension.**This subtest consists of 16 questions to be completed in 20 minutes. The Mechanical Comprehension test gauges the test taker's understanding of both complex machinery as well as simple machines like levers.**Assembling Objects.**The Assembling Objects test is 15 minutes long and consists of 25 questions. This test is designed to assess the applicant's ability to quickly assess visual space.