The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) exam is used to test members of the U.S. military to determine optimal military occupations. ASVAB does not provide a certification, but scores that can be used to investigate possible career paths. There is only one ASVAB exam.
In this episode Tim Warner describes the "other" Exam Cram titles, covering such non-IT disiplines as police officer, armed services, nursing, and public school teaching certification.
This chapter presents tips for preparing yourself mentally and physically for the Postal Clerk and Carrier Exams, but the pointers offered can be helpful in preparing for any standardized test.
This sample chapter offers general advice on preparing for an exam, irrespective of the content. Included are ways to relax, confidence-boosting exercises, and simple things you might forget, like making sure to take the weather into account so you aren't late.
If you are preparing for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Exam, you will need a healthy vocabulary. This chapter will help you to expand your vocabulary by gaining a deeper understanding of the mechanics of language.
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Over the years, it's been interesting to watch the Cisco Learning Center grow and evolve to better meet the needs of IT professionals pursuing that company's often-coveted certification credentials. Of all the many things that Cisco does right with its cert programs, the company's "Study/Learn Master List" is second to none when it comes to helping interested parties find their way to the right exams, objectives, training, and study/prep materials. If you don't know about this already, you should; if you do know about it, you might want to head back to give it another look, as numerous exams have been (or will be) updated or replaced in the very near future.