The ASVAB’s Mathematics Knowledge subtest is a big deal. It forms a large part of your AFQT score, so you need to do well on it to pass muster. This subtest covers a big range of mathematical concepts, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry, so it’s a good idea to dust off the corners of your brain where you stashed all this knowledge during high school. You’re going to find questions that include fractions, square roots, inequalities, factoring, graphing, and much more on the test. You’ll have 20 minutes to answer 16 Mathematics Knowledge questions on the computerized ASVAB or 24 minutes to answer 25 questions on the paper version. Calculators are not allowed.
The Mathematics Knowledge subtest includes the following:
When you work on the Mathematics Knowledge ...