The ASVAB is the qualifying test required for recruits entering all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as current service members who want to raise their score to qualify for more exclusive specialties or officer training. This comprehensive test preparation guide includes: A diagnostic ASVAB to identify areas needing improvement Four full-length practice exams with all questions answered Reviews of all ASVAB Subtest areas: word knowledge, paragraph comprehension, math knowledge and reasoning, general science, electronics, and basic mechanical comprehension, and shop and automotive information Tips for doing well on the “assembling objects” subtest Guide to analyzing test scores and on practice tests and understanding how they relate to potential military occupational fields BONUS ONLINE PRACTICE TEST: Students who purchase this book will also get FREE access to one additional full-length online ASVAB test with all questions answered and explained.
Only the best prepared are chosen to start the highly competitive multimillion-dollar training programs that transform aspiring candidates into U.S. military aviators. This fully updated edition of Barron's Military Flight Aptitude Tests provides would-be aviators in all five U.S. armed services with the competitive edge they will need to score their best and maximize their chances of being selected! This book is an effective, full-spectrum resource for officer candidates, ROTC cadets from all services, and current military members. Six full-length practice tests (two per service) with answers and explanations for every question get readers ready for the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT), the Selection Instrument for Flight Training (SIFT), and the Navy/Marine Corps/Coast Guard Aviation Selection Test Battery (ASTB-E). Test overviews and detailed review sections give potential pilots the boost they need to rise to the top of the selection list, and most of the review subjects apply to all three tests. Successful aviation applicants strongly recommend working through every valuable review section, and the other services' tests are great for extra practice to reinforce your learning. Written by a veteran, joint qualified military officer and instructor, this book's review sections cover language skills, reading comprehension, math knowledge, arithmetic reasoning, mechanical comprehension, aviation and nautical technical information, science, and specific mental skills such as block counting, finding hidden figures, and spatial apperception. The author also coaches readers on effective study techniques, provides expanded information resources, and gives pilot candidates a thorough preview of how each test is structured and conducted.