Electronics Information ASVAB Practice Test, Pt. 6

This is Part 6 of the ASVAB test. Part 6 covers Electronics Information. You will have 8 minutes to answer 16 questions. When you are ready, click the “Start Test” button below.

About the ASVAB Electronics Information Test

The Electronics Information section of the ASVAB test is not a part of the AFQT test score, though it is a part of bot the CAT ASVAB and manual versions of the test. For the uninitiated, what that means is that the Electronics Information portion of the ASVAB does not count towards your qualifying for the military, it will only be used as a potential determinant for placement in certain types of jobs.

The specifics of the ASVAB Electronics Information test are as follows:

  • CAT (computerized) version of the test – 16 questions in 8 minutes
  • Manual version of the test – 20 questions in 9 minutes

The questions in the Electronics Information ASVAB test are designed to gauge your overall knowledge of electrical systems, devices, circuits and general concepts related to electricity. All of the questions in this practice test will be multiple choice with four potential answers, with only one of those being correct. 

If you’re looking for additional study guides and educational material on electrical systems, these are some useful educational resources worth looking into:

If you’re wondering what a sample Electronics Information ASVAB question looks like, here are some examples:

  • If an incandescent bulb is operated at a voltage higher than the rated voltage, the bulb will burn…?
  • Solid state diodes require less power because…?

Use this page as a study guide for the ASVAB electronics information section and take a ASVAB electronics practice test above.