Marine Corps ASVAB

Marine Corps ASVAB Preparation Package

This package offers extensive practice tests for all subjects in the Marine Corps ASVAB. Practice now and start your exam with confidence!
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Marine Corps ASVAB Assessment practice


When you are joining the United States Marine Corps, you will be taking the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Your score on de ASVAB will determine if you are eligible to enlist and which occupational specialty you will be eligible for. The higher you will score the higher your chances are of getting in the specialty you want. By practicing with our ASVAB Preparation Package you’ll learn how to make the ASVAB and improve your score.

The ASVAB is a multiple choice test, administered by the US Military Entrance Processing Stations (also called MEPS), used to determine qualification for enlistment in the armed forces. The test measures developed abilities and helps to predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB is either administered by computer (called CAT-ASVAB) or in paper-and-pencil form (called P&P-ASVAB). Roughly 70% of military applicants take the test via computer. The testing procedures will vary depending on the mode of administration.

What does the ASVAB measure

The ASVAB tests are designed to measure aptitudes in four domains, being verbal, math, science and technical, and spatial. The content of the ASVAB test is as follows:

  • General Science (GS) - Regards knowledge of physical and biological sciences (domain: science/technical)
  • Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) - Regards the ability to solve arithmetic word problems (domain: math)
  • Word Knowledge (WK) - Ability to select the correct meaning of a word presented in context and to identify the best synonym for a given word (domain: verbal)
  • Paragraph Comprehension (PC) - Ability to obtain information from written passages (domain: verbal)
  • Mathematics Knowledge (MK) - Knowledge of high school mathematics (domain: math)
  • Electronics Information (EI) - Knowledge of electricity and electronics (domain: science/technical)
  • *Automotive Information (AI) - Knowledge of automobile technology (domain: science/technical)
  • *Shop Information (SI) - Knowledge of tools and shop terminology and practices (domain: science/technical)
  • Mechanical Comprehension (MC) - Knowledge of mechanical and physical principles (domain: science/technical)
  • Assembling Object (AO) - Ability to determine how an object will look when its parts are put together (domain: spatial)

* The Automotive Information (AI) and Shop information (SI) tests are administered as separate tests in the computerized version of the test (CAT-ASVAB), but combined into one single score (labeled AS). The Automotive Information (AI) and Shop Information (SI) tests are combined into one test in the paper-and-pencil version of the test (P&P-ASVAB). 

To find what jobs in the Marine Corps you qualify for the Marine Corps breaks down your scores in different “Line Scores”. Each line scrore consists of a few subtests. The Marine Corps Line Scores are:

Line Score

ASVAB Sub-tests

CL - Clerical


EL - Electronics


GT - General Technical


MM - Mechanical Maintenance


ST - Skilled Technical


In the next part you can see the minimum scores for all the different positions in the Marine Corps

Required scores

What you should know about the ASVAB

ASVAB General Science Test

ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Test

ASVAB Word Knowledge Test

ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Test

ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge Test

ASVAB Electronics Information Test

ASVAB Auto Information Test

ASVAB Shop Information Test

ASVAB Mechanical Comprehension Test

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