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The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) is a timed aptitude test developed by the DOD and required for entrance and placement in the military. In the world of standardized tests, the ASVAB is particularly challenging because it is very broad in its scope--covering topics as varied as arithmetic, word knowledge, general science and automotive and shop information. With units broken down in the same order as the test and test-taking strategies scattered throughout each section, this app aims to prepare you for the breadth of subjects you will encounter on the ASVAB, enabling you to brush up on topics as needed and walk into your test location with confidence.

Study by App's ASVAB app includes over 250 flashcards, over 400 multiple choice questions, and 10 units with over 6 hours of lecture to support you in understanding the concepts and learning the material.  Lectures use color and images to make information easier to take in and retain, and provide solved example problems where applicable.  You can read through the review, listen to the lecture, or both, depending on your learning style and your level of comfort with the subject.  Flashcards for each unit help you to memorize vocabulary and practice basics.  Finally, multiple choice questions in the style of those you'll encounter on the test include hints as well as thorough explanations of how to get the correct answer.

The ASVAB is a big test, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming.  Choose the study guide you can carry with you, and let Study by App help you get ready for test day.

This app was created by Eliot Graham using the Study by App, LLC web developer platform.  After earning a Masters degree from Harvard University, Eliot taught at a variety of levels and for different populations of students, including GED-preparation centers for homeless youth, individualized tutoring for home-schooled students, and classroom teaching in public high schools and graduate level courses.  He is currently pursuing a PhD in Education at Rutgers University, and hopes to work on issues of educational equity.