Army ASVAB Practice Test

Take a sample Armed Services Vocation Aptitude Battery test for the Army. Begin with part one of our Army ASVAB sample test below:

Army ASVAB Test, Pt. 1

The ASVAB Practice Test for the Army is divided into ten separate sections and you will receive Army ASVAB scores for each test section. After completing part 1 and continuing through the rest of the sections of our ASVAB practice test for the Army.

Army ASVAB Scores

After taking the ASVAB test for the Army, you will recieve a Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score. Your AFQT score is important as minimum scores on the AFQT are required to be able to join the Army. Your ASVAB test score will place you into a specific AFQT Category outlined below:

AFQT Category & ASVAB Score

  • I – 93-99%
  • II – 65-92%
  • IIIA – 50-64%
  • IIIB – 31-49%
  • IVA – 21-30%
  • IVB – 16-20%
  • IVC – 10-15%
  • V – 1-9%

Your test score will also include 10 different composite scores calculated from different sections of the ASVAB test. These include:

  • Clerical (CL)
  • Combat (CO)
  • Electronics (EL)
  • Field Artillery (FA)
  • General Maintenance (GM)
  • General Technical (GT)
  • Mechanical Maintenance (MM)
  • Operators and Food (OF)
  • Surveillance and Communications (SC)
  • Skilled Technical (ST)

Practicing for the Army ASVAB Test

Because the Army ASVAB test covers so many different topics and subjects, it isn’t practical to try studying for everything the ASVAB test may cover. However you may be able to improve your score by taking practice ASVAB tests. This will help familiarize yourself with

On test day it is important to make sure that you are mentally and physically ready to take the ASVAB test. Ensure that you get a good night’s sleep and eat a full meal before taking the test.