Why practice tests? Because this is your future.
Preseason game. Scrimmage. Dress rehearsal. Dry run. These terms all refer to an important step in any preparation program. After athletes train and practice, they hold some sort of preseason game to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses. The same is true for anyone hoping do well on important tests like the ASVAB: after learning about the test and spending many hours studying, it is essential to take some sort of practice tests to determine where you stand. This provides you with the information you need to study more, such as which weak points need shoring up.
Do not waste effort preparing for your tests! Make sure you are prepared by guiding yourself with the test preparation cycle:
- Learn about the test
- Study your materials
- Take practice test
- Use feedback for more study
- Excel on the real test!
CAT-ASVAB.com is designed to provide you resources needed to support the test preparation cycle. Visit the ASVAB page to learn about the design of the ASVAB and why it is so important for your career. The CAT page will give you a background on “adaptive” testing so you can better understand how the test works and what your experience will be like.