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The ASVAB contains nine sections:
* General Science (GS)
* Arithmetic Reasoning (AR)
* Word Knowledge (WK)
* Paragraph Comprehension (PC)
* Mathematics Knowledge (MK)
* Electronics Information (EI)
* Auto Shop (AS)
* Mechanical Comprehension (MC)
* Assembling Objects (AO)
In addition to the VE, various combinations of scaled scores from the
nine tests are used to determine qualification for particular specialties.
These combinations are called "aptitude area scores," "composite
scores," or "line scores". Each of the five armed services
has its own aptitude area scores and sets its own minimum qualifying composite
scores for each of its occupational specialties or ratings.
Learn more about the ASVAB (Wiki).