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The Electronics Information ASVAB measures your understanding of electrical equipment and parts, including electricity principles, circuits, currents, radio, batteries, resistors, etc. On the CAT-ASVAB, you will be asked 16 questions in 8 minutes. On the paper-and-pencil version, you have to answer 20 questions in 9 minutes.
Here are some ASVAB electronics sample questions that may be concluded on the test:
- Which of the following statements is correct regarding Ohm's Law?
- A circuit contains three parallel resistors. Each resistor has 3 amps flowing through them. What is the total current flowing through the circuit?
- Current I is passing through a load of resistance R. If the voltage across the load doubles and the resistance of the load is reduced by half then what is the amount of current passing through the load?
This subtest score is not counted to your AFQT score. However, if you are interested in electronics and tend to join a military job in electronics, this subtest is required for you!
All the questions on our website are based on the previous ASVAB tests and crafted as close as possible to the actual test. Using our ASVAB electrical practice test will help you improve your understanding in this area. To get 100% ready for the Electronics Information section, take our free practice test as many times as possible. Carefully review the questions you got wrong and read the explanations to deeply remember them.
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