ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning: Practice Test 1

The ASVAB is a test that is used to determine what role an incoming serviceman will be best suited for. The ASVAB helps define the niche of each serviceman that joins the military. The ASVAB consists of several sections. Among these is the Arithmetic Reasoning section. The eleven minute Arithmetic Reasoning section is comprised of 30 multiple-choice questions that are spread among five main content areas. These content areas are as follows: Basic Concepts of Arithmetic, such as addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication; Concepts of Percentages, such as percentages, cost price, sale price, and discount; Ratio and Proportion; Questions on Interest, such as questions pertaining to simple and compound interest; and Numbers, such as whole numbers, real numbers, fractions, decimals, and imaginary numbers. In order to aid those taking the Arithmetic Reasoning section of the ASVAB we have created the free ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning practice test.

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