At Tutor the People, our philosophy is to focus on the individual student. An experienced private tutor will help you master the material tested on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), either in-person or online. Our tutors apply a personalized approach to teaching potential military recruits, building upon your foundations. Your study plan will be entirely tailored to your needs.

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    The ASVAB exam is administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command as a measure of qualification for enlistment in the USAF, and to assign you to an appropriate job in the military. Anyone eligible for enlistment may register to take this exam. By strengthening your building blocks in the material and focusing on strategy, your tutor will work with you to build confidence on the exam.

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    A Team of Experts Dedicated to Your Success

    When you sign up for an ASVAB prep package, you will be guaranteed to work with a highly qualified and experienced tutor, one on one. Most students work with one tutor throughout the extent of their ASVAB tutoring, but if preferred, you can work with multiple tutors simultaneously.

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    Free Introductory Hour

    We include a Free Introductory Hour with the purchase of any of our ASVAB study packages. Like most challenging things in life, doing well on the ASVAB requires structure, perseverance, and dedication. 

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ASVAB Study Packages

Free Barron’s ASVAB, 11th Edition book

Practice makes perfect. We include Barron’s ASVAB, 11th Edition book with every ASVAB study package. It includes full-length practice tests and crucial ASVAB preparation information.

Customized Study Plan

We know that every student is on a different page. Your ASVAB tutor will create a study plan that is tailored to your needs.

One on One ASVAB Prep

We believe personalized learning is the best way to improve. You will work with one ASVAB tutor, 1-on-1, to build upon your foundation and learn how to improve.

Free Introductory Hour

We add a Free Introductory Hour to every package, so students can meet their tutor and develop a customized study plan before beginning their paid package hours. 

Payment Plans

We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.

Customized Scheduling

Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.

Our Approach

We start off by learning as much as we can about our ASVAB students’ background in academia. In order to provide effective and personalized tutors, it is important that we understand your history and struggles in math, the sciences, vocabulary, and more. Some of the information we seek includes:

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    When did you begin your ASVAB test prep?
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    What is your highest level of education?
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    How did you perform in courses when you were a student?
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    Have you taken a full-length ASVAB practice test?
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    If yes, how did you score on each section?
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    Are you struggling with content?
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    Are you struggling with strategy?
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    What are your best days/times of availability to meet with a tutor?
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    Do you prefer in-person or online tutoring?
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    What are your goals moving forward?

After we learn about each student and their foundations in the topics covered on the exam, our team then matches you with the best tutor who matches your availability and your specific ASVAB needs.

We specialize in taking an individualized approach to ASVAB private tutoring with every student. Our ASVAB tutors create a customized plan of attack for each student, one that is tailored to the student’s strengths and areas for improvement. In addition, we provide free Barron’s ASVAB book to every student, which includes practice tests and instructional information.

We also offer small group ASVAB tutoring when requested. The ASVAB test prep groups are formed on an as-needed basis, so whether you are an individual looking to form a group or a group of friends/colleagues who want to save some money, just contact us to form an ASVAB study group. Group ASVAB tutoring is offered both online and in-person.

Just starting your ASVAB prep? Here’s some information about the ASVAB exam:

The ASVAB is offered in two formats: either as a computerized exam (CAT-ASVAB) or as a paper and pencil exam (P&P-ASVAB). The computerized exams are administered in two different locations, the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) and at satellite locations called a Military Entrance Test (MET) site. The computerized exam is offered at all MEPS sites, whereas the paper and pencil exam is offered at mostly MET sites.

The CAT-ASVAB test is responsive, which means it presents questions with difficulty levels that respond to the test taker’s performance. This means, if you are consistently answering questions of a high difficulty level correctly, then you will continue to see questions of a high difficulty level. So the test questions differ for every test taker. The average examinee takes completes the CAT-ASVAB in about 1.5 hours. You are not able to review or change your answers once you have submitted an answer on the CAT-ASVAB.

The P&P-ASVAB is a traditional exam, and every test taker is presented with the same set of questions. It takes about 3 hours to complete the P&P-ASVAB. You are allowed to review your answers on the P&P-ASVAB. However, you cannot go back to an earlier test section, or proceed to the next test until instructed to do so.

The Total Score
  • General Science (GS)
  • Arithmetic Reasoning (AR)
  • Word Knowledge (WK)
  • Paragraph Comprehension (PC)
  • Mathematics Knowledge (MK)
  • Electronics Information (EI)
  • Auto Information (AI)
  • Shop Information (SI)
  • Mechanical Comprehension (MC)
  • Assembling Objects (AO)
The ASVAB subtests use a one to 100 score range, so the mean is set to 50. Your standard scores don’t determine anything specific on their own, but are used to calculate other scores that determine your eligibility, branch, and rank in the military.

Success on the ASVAB requires a different strategy for every individual. Our private ASVAB tutors work with students to determine their history with the test and gauge their “learning personality.” Once this is step is complete, your tutor will share the proven strategies to raise your scores in each section, while teaching the ASVAB content a way that is tailored to your foundations in education. This is Tutor the People’s approach to individualized ASVAB private tutoring.

Tutor the People offers one-of-a-kind private ASVAB tutoring from highly qualified tutors, both online and in-person. Our tutors empower students to put their best foot forward on the exam. You deserve the best tutor working with you to prepare for the ASVAB, and we have a lot from whom you can choose.

More Info & Resources

Free ASVAB test prep Resources

The official ASVAB site discusses what to expect on the exam and lists out MEPS testing sites.

ASVAB Fact Sheet to learn more about the exam, what’s tested, and how it is scored

USD(P&R) has approved an Army-developed online program for basic skills enhancement, called March2Success, which applicants may find helpful.

Additional ASVAB Information

Find a MEPS testing site

Read about the military entrance process here.

Learn more about the ASVAB subtests.

We acknowledge that every student is unique, and we specialize in taking an individualized approach in every lesson. Our ASVAB tutors create unique study plans tailored to each individual student’s needs. The ASVAB study schedule is personalized for YOU alone in the one-on-one tutoring sessions.

In group ASVAB tutoring, the tutor surveys the group’s needs as a whole, and then (s)he dedicates every lesson to the group’s needs, while applying each individual’s needs to the lesson plans.

Our tutoring prices are more affordable than our competitors and we offer extended payment plans so that all students have the opportunity to reach their full potential on the ASVAB.

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