Top ASVAB Quizzes & Trivia

Have you ever considered a career in the military? If you’re in the tenth grade or older – or even well out of high school – you may be able to take the ASVAB test (or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) to determine your eligibility for enlistment. 

Although you’re not obliged to enlist in the military if you get a passing score (and you’re not drafted if you fail, either), taking these tests can help you evaluate where you stand with each of the branches of the U.S. military and what your career prospects may be.

The test quizzes you on science, math, vocabulary, writing skills, and vocational skills such as mechanical skills and electronics. If you think you’d like to take the ASVAB, take our quizzes to find out more about this possible path.

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  • A restaurant buys 56 pounds of beef at $1.12/pound and 24 quarts of milk at $.90/quart.  How much money was spent?

  • Staples sell for $.60 a box.  How many boxes can be bought for $3.45?

  •  A student buys a science textbook for $18.00, a math textbook for $14.50, and a dictionary for $9.95. What is the total cost of the books?
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  • Jack loaned Bob $1,500 at an annual interest rate of 7%. After one year, how much will Bob owe Jack?
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  •  A 2-ton truck is taxed at a rate of $0.12 per pound. How much is the total tax bill?
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  • If Sally can paint a house in 4 hours, and John can paint the same house in 6 hour, how long will it take for both of them to paint the house together?
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  • The sales price of a car is $12,590, which is 20% off the original price. What is the original price?
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  • If Leah is 6 years older than Sue, and John is 5 years older than Leah, and the total of their ages is 41. Then how old is Sue?
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