Math stresses a lot of students out. Prepare for the math section with our ASVAB math practice test.

Use our practice questions and answer explanations to familiarize yourself with this section of the exam.

**Summary:*** Answer the ASVAB Math questions below. For help with other subjects, visit our ASVAB practice test home.*

## Free ASVAB Math Practice Test

You will find 2 different ASVAB math quizzes below. Make sure to review the answer explanations to better grasp difficult concepts.

Do you feel comfortable with the math section of the ASVAB? Prepare for other sections by visiting our ASVAB practice test home.

## ASVAB Math Overview

Each section of the exam serves an important purpose. ASVAB math is no exception.

You can expect the following on the computer version of the ASVAB for the math knowledge section:

- 15 questions
- 23-minute time limit

You can expect the following on the paper and pencil version of the ASVAB for the math knowledge section:

- 25 questions
- 24-minute time limit

While the math section of the ASVAB may sound similar to the arithmetic reasoning section, the math questions are more algebra-focused, while the arithmetic questions focus more on simple calculations and numbers.

Some topics you can expect to be quizzed on include:

- Order of operations (PEMDAS)
- Exponents
- Geometry
- Factorials
- Calculating area and volume

If you have taken the practice exams above and feel comfortable, start practicing other sections by visiting our ASVAB practice test home.

## ASVAB Math FAQs

### How many questions are on the math portion of the exam?

There are 15 questions on the computer-adaptive version and 25 questions on the pencil-and-paper version of the ASVAB Math exam.

### How much time will I have to complete the math portion of the exam?

You will have 23 minutes to complete the computer-adaptive version of the Math ASVAB, while the pencil-and-paper version is given 24 minutes.

### What topics are tested on the ASVAB math section?

The main ASVAB math questions you’ll be tested on are geometry, order of operations, volume and area calculations, and exponents.