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The ASVAB Auto and Shop Information subtest gauges your knowledge of automobile technology, basic repairs as well as various shop tools and fasteners. This is a specialized section that is not calculated to your Armed Forces Qualification Test Score (AFQT) but it is used to determine your eligibility for specific military jobs.<
The CAT-ASVAB test has two distinct parts. The first automotive material part asks 11 questions and you have 7 minutes to answer. The shop information concludes 11 questions and is allotted 6 minutes. In the paper-and-pencil version, you are given 11 minutes to answer 25 questions.
Here are some sample questions of Auto and shop information ASVAB that could be on the test:
- A hammer with a regular striking face and, on the opposite face, a rounded end is called?
- Which type of bolt has a square section that grips into the part being fixed (typically wood) to prevent the bolt from turning when the nut is tightened?
- Which automotive system uses universal joints, a drive shaft, and a clutch?
- An internal combustion engine in which the cylinders are aligned in two banks, which are at an angle to each other, is known as a?
All the questions are based on the previous ASVAB tests and crafted as close as possible to the real test. Using our ASVAB Auto and shop practice test will help you improve your understanding in this area.
Feel free to retake our test unlimited times to build your knowledge and confidence. If you want to join an auto or shop-related military job, it is essential to perform well on this subtest.
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