The ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Section consists of only 11 written questions and is 22 minutes long, but is an important factor in your success. First of all, ASVAB test developers understand how the computer applies to the other nine parts of the test and your overall success during enrollment.
Whether you are interested in electronic information, general science, or arithmetic, your ability to read and understand material is critical to your ability to navigate other areas of study. In the next article, we'll share some tips on how to prepare for the ASVAB paragraph comprehension section.
1. Read every day
Reading can be difficult if it is not modeled properly for your growth. And even if you do, a technical mind could mean that you'd rather do something with your hands than sit down with challenging material. Even so, you need to schedule reading time each day, both for fun and educational purposes.
2. Take the practical test
The best way to prepare for the ASVAB paragraph comprehension test is to take as many practice tests as possible.
3. Purchase of teaching materials
As great as our free content is, consider purchasing the official tutorials from the bookstore. They can be a bit more expensive unless you pick up a second-hand copy of the previous year's exam.
4. Take a preparatory course
Independent online testing and research materials are effective and you should definitely take the time to do so. But if you have the opportunity to take an ASVAB prep course – which of course also includes details on paragraph comprehension – go for it!