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The Assembling Objects ASVAB tests your skill at visualizing spatial relationships. In other words, it assesses your ability to determine how an object will look when its parts are fit together. This ASVAB shape test does not calculate your Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score but it will decide what military jobs you are qualified for.
On the CAT-ASVAB, you have to finish 16 graphical questions in 16 minutes. On the paper-and-pencil version, you will have 15 minutes to complete 25 questions. You will be shown a series of drawings and asked to choose the one that shows how they fit together.
Here are some samples in our Assembling objects ASVAB practice questions:
Which figure best shows how the objects in the left box will touch if the letters for each object are matched?
Which figure best shows how the objects in the left box will appear if they are fit together?
We have carefully researched previous ASVAB and crafted questions as close as possible to the real test. Using our assembling objects ASVAB practice tests will help you improve your understanding of visual space and quickly solve how objects fit together. If you feel it is difficult to complete this kind of question, we suggest you practice these tests often until you get a better feel for them.
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