This Paragraph Comprehension Subtest of the ASVAB tests the ability of the contents of a paragraph and comprehends the content you've read. In this section, you'll go through a series of readings and be asked to answer questions related to these passages.
For instance, you might be required to read a paragraph explaining how a baseball team won the game in the ninth inning of their game. After reading the passage you could be required to decide:
Who was the one to score the winning run?
What was the score of the player?
What was the final score at the start of the ninth in the ninth inning?
ASVAB paragraph comprehension practice test is a key component of the AFQT score that determines your ability to be a military officer. A high score in this exam is necessary to be eligible for various military positions such as cook, and other communication and surveillance positions among others.
If you are taking the Paragraph Comprehension practice test, keep in mind that if you choose to take the paper and pencil version of the actual ASVAB test, you'll need to answer 15 questions within 13 minutes before you get into the section. If you choose to take the CAT-ASVAB exam, you'll be required to answer 11 questions in just 22 minutes for this section.
Paragraph Comprehension section of the ASVAB test candidates' capacity to read and comprehend texts. After you press the Star Quiz button, you begin an 11-question practice test, which you have to complete in just 22 minutes. Questions require reading the paragraph as well as giving an answer to an understanding question related to the passage.