## How do I convert my ASVAB to AFQT?

The military determines your AFQT score by first adding your Word Knowledge and Paragraph Comprehension scores together to get your “Verbal Expression” or “VE” score. The formula to derive the AFQT “raw score” is 2VE + AR (Arithmetic Reasoning) + MK (Mathematics Knowledge) = AFQT score.

**How do you calculate your AFQT score?**

To get your raw AFQT score, double your VE score and then add your Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) score and your Mathematics Knowledge (MK) score to it. Convert your raw score to a percentile score, which basically compares your results to the results of thousands of other ASVAB test-takers.

**Can you use a calculator on the AFQT?**

Are you allowed to use a calculator on the ASVAB? The answer is NO. You are prohibited to use a calculator during the test session. Because the ASVAB test includes many math-focused issues, many of them could be solved with the use of a calculator quickly.

### How do you calculate your ASVAB score?

Second, the military uses the following formula to calculate your AFQT score: 2VE + AR + MK. Here are step-by-step directions: Double the VE score (VE score x 2) Then they add the result of step 1 to the Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) and Math Knowledge (MK) totals (1-3 point per correct answer).

**How are AFQT scores calculated in the military?**

Instead, you receive a series of scores calculated from these subtest scores. All branches of the armed services use the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score, which is a combination of three of the nine subtests. Each branch also uses its own scores to determine career aptitude.

**How to calculate APFT scores for the Army?**

APFT (Army Physical Fitness Test) Calculator Activity Reps or Time Points Earned Push-ups (Reps): 60 83 Sit-ups (Reps): 65 80 2 Mile Run (Time): 14:10 87 Total Score: Total Score: 250

## How do you calculate the Army GT score?

Determine your Verbal Expression (VE) score. Add the WK and PC scores and then multiply the result by two. VE = 2(PC + WK) VE = 2(62 + 66) VE = 256. Add the VE score to the AR score to get the Army GT score. For the Marine Corps GT score, you must also add the MC score.

**Which is more important the ASVAB or the AFQT?**

ASVAB Scores and AFQT scores. The AFQT score is the most important ASVAB score, because it determines if you can enlist in the U.S. Army. However, the U.S. Army also converts the ASVAB test scores into 10 other composite score areas known as “line scores” that determine what MOS an individual may qualify for.