General Science Study Guide for McGraw-Hill's ASVAB
The ASVAB General Science test measures your knowledge of the life sciences (biology, human physiology, ecology), the Earth and space sciences (geology, meteorology, oceanography, astronomy), and the physical sciences (physics and chemistry). You will not need to be a scientist to answer these questions. You will just need to know some very basic information in the major science areas. This section will help to refresh your memory about the science information you will need to know to do well on the General Science test.
The following chart shows you all the topics that are covered on the General Science portion of the ASVAB exam.
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