The ASVAB, or, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is a standardized test that you must take prior to joining the Montana Army National Guard. This test will measure your knowledge in eight different areas:
|General Science||Life, earth, space, and physical sciences|
|Arithmetic Reasoning||Ability to solve basic math and word problems|
|Word Knowledge||Ability to grasp the meaning of words through synonyms|
|Paragraph Comprehension||Ability to understand written material|
|Mathematics||Math concepts and applications|
|Electronics||Electrical current, circuits, devices and electonic systems|
|Auto and Shop||Car maintenance and repair, and wood and metal shop|
|Mechanical||Principles of mechanical devices, structural support, properties of material|
The ASVAB is timed and takes about 3 ½ hours to complete. It is a good idea to practice prior to the ASVAB to make sure you have a good understanding of the test materials. Below is the link to take a practice ASVAB.
If you would like to schedule a time to take a more in-depth practice test, or take the actual ASVAB test, click the link below and you will be taken to a recruiter contact form! After you fill out the form, someone will be in contact with you shortly to schedule your test!
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