2021 / 2022 ASVAB for Dummies: Book + 7 Practice Tests Online + Flashcards + Video (Paperback)
Own the ASVAB test with the #1 guide on the market
Passing the ASVAB test is the essential ticket to getting into your dream branch of the military--and a good score can determine the shape of your career. A stellar performance can also help you get grants and bonuses for school, so--no pressure But don't be daunted: like any military operation, having the right plan of attack and equipment are key--and as the number-one-selling guide year after year that's packed with all the information you need to win, the latest edition ASVAB For Dummies takes care of both of these in one
In a friendly, straightforward style, Angie Papple Johnston--who passed the test herself in 2006 to join the Army--provides in-depth reviews of all nine test subjects. Don't worry if you slept through some of this material in school; you'll find a complete refresher on everything you'll be expected to know--plus full explanations for every answer, drill exercises, and strategy cheat sheets for verbal, math, and general sciences. You'll also get tips on how to pinpoint areas where you need to develop mental muscle and to strengthen your test-taking skills. And if this weren't already giving you some pretty awesome firepower, you can also go online to reinforce your game using flashcards and customizable practice tests calibrated to address areas where you need help the most.
- Match your skills against practice problems
- Drill your math, science, and English knowledge to perfection
- Master test strategy and tactics
- Get one-year access to additional practice tests, flashcards, and videos online
Whatever your aim for your military career, this book provides the perfect training ground for you to be the very best you can be on the day of the test
About the Author
Angie Papple Johnston joined the U.S. Army in 2006 as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist. During her second deployment as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Angie became her battalion's public affairs representative. She also served as the Lead Cadre for the Texas Army National Guard's Recruit Sustainment program.