ASVAB General Science Practice

ASVAB General Science Practice

If you want to join the military, you will be required to take the ASVAB test. The ASVAB, or the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery exam helps to determine which field of the military you will be best suited for. You can also take the ASVAB exam even if you do not plan to enter the military as the ASVAB exam can be used to determine which career is the best fit for you.

ASVAB Prep Course

Individuals taking the ASVAB exam will be tested based on their knowledge of:

• general science
• arithmetic reasoning
• word knowledge
• paragraph comprehension
• mathematics knowledge
• electronics information
• auto and shop information
• assembling objects
• mechanical comprehension

If you’re preparing to take the ASVAB exam, you’ll need to make sure that you’re ready and you can do that by taking ASVAB practice tests. This question is over the General Science section of the ASVAB exam and is similar to the difficulty and concept that you can find in the actual ASVAB exam.

Which group of major parts and organs make up the immune system?

A. lymphatic system, spleen, tonsils, thymus, and bone marrow

B. brain, spinal cord, and nerve cells

C. heart, veins, arteries, and capillaries

D. nose, trachea, bronchial tubes, lungs, alveolus, and diaphragm

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Answer

A: The immune system consists of the lymphatic system, spleen, tonsils, thymus and bone marrow.

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