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navydork21 | Posted - 15 October 2005 12:0 Calculator allowed on Asvab? Graphing Cal? |

cassidy2005 | Posted - 18 October 2005 13:7 hey sorry to say no they are not. i just took the ASVBA today. the math is not that hard like people say it is i got a 99 on the hole thing so u will do good</P><P>PVT.Nedza,Christina |

yet | Posted - 17 November 2005 7:59 this is not that hard if you try |

ROBD1 | Posted - 17 November 2005 8:3 Wuz up? |

yet | Posted - 17 November 2005 8:4 nothing much |

Wildboy16 | Posted - 25 January 2006 14:33 Hey- I want to join the Air Force! What's the hardest part of the ASVAB test!! |

Wildboy16 | Posted - 16 February 2006 14:34 Hello??? Anybody there??? |

derrickswife06 | Posted - 22 March 2006 7:14 Sorry, calculators are ot allowed but it's not that hard. just study as much as you can. |

Jimra | Posted - 28 December 2006 22:26 Trying to pass the asvab , Really nervous any pointers are great study books I should look into ?? |

carebaby | Posted - 31 January 2007 12:29 can someone help me with the math part of the asvab<BR> |

derrick24 | Posted - 14 May 2008 18:13 im going to take the test tomorrow but i do have problems on Arithmetic reasoning what is a good book too study. |

abetz741 | Posted - 16 June 2008 20:59 i'm going to take te test tomorrow, and i sick in math. |

SMcCroskey | Posted - 13 October 2008 22:15 I scored a 62.16% On the Practice ASVAB Test is that good or bad?? Please let me know I need to know if I should Practice more my test is this Wednesday. Thanks! |

drw27 | Posted - 9 March 2009 15:23 i really need your and tips on the arithmetic part of the asvab |

pelinalabay | Posted - 8 July 2009 17:50 as a mathematical engineer, I am a foreign nationatilty, dont know much info about WK part as an americans..<BR>maths. have some methods, the simple tip to study word problems is, you should understand what exactly question wants(sometimes one word define it) then know how to put them in a equation(s) ..first, you can start with to solve one unknown eqns. then more n more unknows, keep practice ..<BR>good luck, |

mark456 | Posted - 9 July 2009 0:17 ASVAB math is not very tough, but it can be tricky. Turning a good ASVAB math score into a great ASVAB math score requires learning to avoid "careless" errors—and realizing that these errors are often the result of traps built into the questions.</P><P>Know What to Expect<BR>The two math sections on the ASVAB are called "Arithmetic Reasoning" and "Mathematical Knowledge." Because together they form the quantitative half of the Armed Forces Qualifying Test, you'll want to do well on these sections no matter what your ultimate vocational aim in the military is.<BR>mark456</P><P><a href="http://www.legalx.net"> Lawyer</a> |