ASVAB - Assembling Objects (AO)
If you want to become successful military person, you will face situations where you will need to be able to think on your feet, use your common sense and academic knowledge all at the same time. The ASVAB Assembling Objects (AO) sub-test aims to do that and the following sections of this article will analyze the methods in which this sub-test will do so!
- Students appearing for the computerized version of the ASVAB have to solve 16 Assembling Objects (AO) questions in 15 minutes.
- Candidates taking the pencil and paper version of the ASVAB have to solve 25 Assembling Objects (AO) questions in 15 minutes.
Exam Focus' Practice Support
The information mentioned above provides an insight into the nature of the sub-test. However, if you want to ace the examination, you must know the topics covered under the Assembling Objects (AO) sub-test. Ensure that you have practiced this section well before you decide to take the test. A perfect score can be achieved only if you practice and prepare well. Use ExamFocus' sample practice questions to get your skills sharpened.
Testing & Scoring Scheme
- The questions in the ASVAB Assembling Objects sub-test will be of multiple-choice type. For each question, you will find four answer options. Even if you do not know the answer, you should select an option that you feel will be the right answer because you will have at least 25% probability of getting it correct.
- A Standard Score will be reported for this test and it will be shown individually in the score report. You will be able to collect your result instantly if you are taking the computer-based version but if you are planning to take the pen and paper version, then you will have to wait for a few days to obtain the report.