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ASVAB: Understanding Multiple-Choice Questions

Because the ASVAB is made up of multiple-choice questions and each question has four choices, you must understand that, to begin with, you have a 25 percent chance of guessing correctly, merely by closing your eyes and selecting an answer. However, if you understand how multiple-choice questions are constructed, it will be somewhat easier to approach these questions. For each question, there is only one correct answer. The other three choices are incorrect. More

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The ASVAB is offered either once or twice a year at high schools or post-secondary schools. You can also take the ASVAB year-round at any Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) or Mobile Examining Team (MET) site in the United States or Puerto Rico. There is no fee for taking the ASVAB.

To register for the ASVAB, visit your local Armed Service official or Recruitment Center, or talk to your school guidance counselor or career center representative.