To increase your odds of doing well on the ASVAB, you should take as many practice tests as possible. More importantly, you should try to identify any areas of weakness you may have and strive to improve them before test day. While it’s not an exact science, it’s recommended that you take at least ten different practice tests before you take the real ASVAB. In doing so, you’ll identify any topics with which you struggle and see a wide variety of different questions, both of which will benefit you tremendously. As soon as you finish this practice test, you can use the AFQT calculator on this website to estimate how you did.

To join any branch of the military, applicants must have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency degree (e.g., GED). While your recruiter will have the most up-to-date information, here are the current minimum ASVAB requirements for each branch of the military, excluding the Space Force:

Air Force – To join the Air Force, you need minimum AFQT score of 36. If you have a high school equivalency degree but have not completed at least 15 hours college credit, you need a minimum ASVAB score of 65. Of all the branches, the Air Force is the most selective.

Army – To join the Army, you need a minimum AFQT score of 31. If you have a high school equivalency degree , you need a minimum AFQT score of 50.

Coast Guard – To join the Coast Guard, you need a minimum AFQT score of 40. Those with only a high school equivalency degree need a minimum AFQT score of at least 50 and, in addition, should have at least 15 hours of college credit.

Marine Corps – To join the Marine Corps, you need a minimum AFQT score of 32. If you have a high school equivalency degree, you need a minimum AFQT score of 50.

Navy – To join the  Navy, you need a minimum AFQT score of 35. Those with only a high school equivalency degree need a minimum AFQT score of at least 50 and, in addition, should have at least 15 hours of college credit.

For the best experience, we recommend using a desktop or laptop computer as well as either the Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome web browsers. While fully functionally on all mobile devices and especially mobile devices using the Android operating system, the practice tests do not function as intended on Apple devices.

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A former math teacher who is unhappy that test preparation has become a billion-dollar industry, Grammar Hero created this website so he could help people who are preparing to take the ASVAB.