ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge: Study Guide & Test Prep
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 Available Lessons: 212
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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Course Summary
Let us help you get a great score on the math portion of the ASVAB exam with this fun test prep course. Study our video and text lessons to learn more about arithmetic reasoning and math knowledge, as well as all the other topics you can expect to find on the test on exam day. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.to start this course today
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About This Course
Refer to this extensive study guide when you want to review the concepts you will be tested on when taking the Mathematical Knowledge portion of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests. The short, engaging video lessons contained in this course offer overviews of math expressions, fractions, decimals, patterns and sequences, algebraic equations, geometry and quadratic equations. Lessons are conveniently accessible 24/7 from any device, and you can use short lesson quizzes and chapter exams to determine what you've learned and what you need to study further.
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Syllabus & Course Information
Refresh your memory of specific math concepts to fully prepare for the ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge test. In this course, you will find lessons focusing on basic math operations, wordproblemsolving techniques, properties of exponents, and geometric shapes. When you complete this course, you should be able to:
 Use math formulas
 Solve word problems
 Understand fractions
 Explain factorials and reciprocals
 Discuss types of numbers
 Describe mathematical sequences and patterns
 Work with exponents
 Evaluate algebraic expressions
 Understand inequalities
 Calculate interest
 Determine the area and circumference of circles
 Detail geometric concepts
Course Format
You'll find 168 video and text lessons in the 19 chapters of the course. Lessons take only 510 minutes to review, and you can easily track your progress through this course using your Dashboard.
ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge Exam Information
Before you can join a branch of the military in the U.S., you'll need to take a battery of tests known as the ASVAB or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. The ASVAB is a screening tool that measures your abilities in the areas of math, science and technical, and spatial and verbal reasoning. The ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge exam measures your understanding of general mathematics and arithmetic reasoning.
 Number of Questions: 25 questions for paper version/16 questions for computer version
 Question Type: Multiplechoice
 Time Limit: 24 minutes paper version/20 minutes computer version
 Exam Cost: $0
ASVAB Math Registration and Preparation
Instead of registering for this exam, you'll contact a recruiter in the branch of military you want to join. The recruiter will do an initial screening to determine your eligibility for the ASVAB, then sign you up for the exam. Paperbased testtakers will need to complete each section at a specified time during the 34hour test window, proceeding into the next section only when instructed. The computerbased exam is selfpaced and can be completed in about 23 hours.
Preparation for the ASVAB math domain is fun and easy when you use the engaging and quick video lessons in this prep course. Selfassessment quizzes accompany each lesson, and you can take a final exam at the completion of this course to make sure you're ready for the questions on the math portion of the ASVAB. If you run into any questions about the material along the way, ask one of our professional and experienced instructors. The tracking tool is useful for keeping an eye on your progress through all the lessons in this course.
ASVAB Math Scoring and Score Reports
ASVAB scores are used by your selected military branch to determine whether you are eligible to join. These scores are also used to establish the type of military job that best suits your abilities. Your eligibility to join the military is based on your performance on four of the ASVAB subtests, including the two math tests. All scores are reported in percentile form and assigned to different category ranges.
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