posted on Mar, 2 2003 @ 10:15 PM
For the ASVAB... learn how a car engine works... everything about it. Also understand electronics, symbols.... capacitors everything. The
principles of pulleys, like if you have 3 pulleys and pull on the rope 6 inches, how high will a weight attached to the rope rise. (I have no idea of
the answer, just stands out in my mind)
There is also a section where you have to match a group of geometric shapes to a given picture (which is composed of different shapes) It's really
easy, just practice a little. Ummm math was mostly like ....
(5x-2)(2x+5) and you had to convert it to 10x2-4x-10. or vice versa. I don't know if the answer is right... and don't even know what kind of math
it is... but you'll learn it in high school.
That's all I can remember... took the test 2 months ago, it's really easy... the things I didn't know just stand out in my mind though.
What you might want to do is join the Air Force reserve when you get out of highschool... you'll go to boot camp (5 weeks i think?)... then get to go
to college. They will pay some of your college costs, and I think you get paid when you go train 2 weekends a month. After college you can go to
OCS and become an officer. You have a good 8 years till you get into the cockpit of an AirForce aircraft, but like others say... definetly talk to a
recruiter...he'll lay it all out for you! Good luck phoenix_cross!!