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PRIVATE NUGENT

Private Nugent answers Austin from Bismarck, North Dakota who asks; "I was wondering what I should do to prepare myself for the ASVAB?"

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PRIVATE NUGENT

Private Nugent answers Austin from Bismarck, North Dakota who asks; "I was wondering what I should do to prepare myself for the ASVAB?"

Hi, I'm Private Nugent from Orlando, Florida, I have a question from Austin from Bismarck, North Dakota; "I was wondering what I should do to prepare myself for the ASVAB?"
You can go to bookstores and they have books designed for the ASVAB they'll help out a lot, they helped me. You can also practice online, they have little practice test online for you also and just try to go to those as many times as possible.
When you go to MEPS to take the ASVAB make sure you have plenty of night sleep and just try not to think about it too much cause the more you think about it the worse you'll do.
Go with your gut instinct on the questions cause the more you think about it the more likely you'll get it wrong.
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