The AFQT covers four sections from the ASVAB. These four sections and your scores on them make up the Military Entrance Score, also known as the AFQT. Your AFQT score is used to determine your eligibility for entrance into the Armed Services.
 Word Knowledge – basic vocabulary knowledge including vocabulary, meaning and synonyms
 Paragraph Comprehension – 11 questions to be answered in 22 minutes. drawing conclusions, identifying authors intent, make predictions, analyze and evaluate text structure to solve problems or identify sequences, find information from a graphic, identify and use scale and legends on a map
 Arithmetic Reasoning (Word Problems) – applied math questions involving: basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), fractions, decimals and percents, ratio, scale, solving simple equations, basic geometry
 Mathematics Knowledge – basic high school math including: adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing whole numbers, fractions, decimals, integers adn algebraic terms, finding percentages
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Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT)  Sample
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
What is the slope of a line with points A (4,1) and B (13,8)?
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2. Question
Amanda�s bank account has a balance of $928.16. She deposits a check for $412.83 and then uses her bank card to pay for a $17.22 lunch, get $36.59 worth of gas and buy a new pair of shoes for $67.90. How much money does she have in the bank account at the end of the day?
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3. Question
A shopkeeper buys 12 boxes of apples for $90. If two boxes were lost, what price would the shopkeeper need to sell each remaining box of apples for to make a 20% profit?
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4. Question
Grace takes out a $3,000 home insurance policy at a yearly rate of $34.65 for every $1,000. What is the yearly premium?
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5. Question
A man goes to the mall with $50.00. He spends $15.64 in one store and $7.12 in a second store. How much does he have left?
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6. Question
Five workers earn $135/day. What is the total amount earned by the five workers?
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7. Question
Tara earns twice as much per hour as Kayte. Kayte earns $3 more per hour than Austin. As a group, they earn $41 per hour. What is Austin�s hourly wage?
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8. Question
In a lottery game, there are 2 winners for every 100 tickets sold. If a man buys 10 tickets, what are the chances that he is a winner?
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9. Question
On a map of the Pacific Northwest, the scale is such that 1 inch equals 6 miles. Using the map, the distance from Seattle to San Francisco is 113 1/3 inches. How far is the round trip from Seattle to San Francisco in miles, rounded to the nearest mile?
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
A machine prints 30 newspapers in 20 minutes. At this rate how many hours would it take to print 900 newspapers?
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