Ch 43: ASVAB: Electric Force & Charge

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Review the main points connected to electric force and charge with us! Our video lessons with self-assessment quizzes offer a fun refresher to help you prepare for the ASVAB.

ASVAB: Electric Force & Charge - Chapter Summary

This set of information-packed video lessons can help you make sure you're ready to shine on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Our videos include all the following topics to give you input for these types of questions on the electronics or science subtests:

  • Attraction and repulsion of electric charge
  • Electric force fields
  • Spacing and arrow direction significance
  • Coulomb's Law
  • Volt unit and charge collections

Our professional instructors explain the concepts above, making everything easy to understand so you'll be ready when test day rolls around. Watch the videos as many times as you want, and make use of the full transcripts, besides. The multiple-choice lesson quizzes and chapter test give you immediate feedback on your accomplishments.

ASVAB: Electric Force & Charge Chapter Objectives

Test results in the electronics or science sections, along with the rest of the ASVAB, help to determine appropriate jobs for military recruits. The Electronics Information portion of the test assesses your understanding of electricity and electronics, while the General Science subtest measures your competencies in biological and physical sciences. They each constitute from 8-11% of the complete battery that may be completed through computerized or pencil and paper versions. Our lessons help you review related topics that you might see on the exam, and our multiple-choice self-assessments offer practice in your test-taking skills.

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