This Cram Sheet contains the essential facts about the ASVAB. Review this information before you enter the test facility, paying special attention to those areas where you feel you need the most review. You can transfer any of these facts from your head onto a blank sheet of paper before you begin the exam.
1. Plant cells have cell walls; animal cells don’t.
2. Meteorologists use anemometers to measure wind speed and direction.
3. All living organisms are classified according to the Linnaean system.
4. Gases have definite mass but variable volume and shape. Liquids have definite mass and volume but variable shape. Solids have definite mass, volume, and shape.
5. Chemical elements are organized ...