The Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB) is a standardized government test administered to armed service personnel to determine ones natural ability to learn a foreign language.
The test is comprised of gibberish and specific grammatical rules that apply to each section of the test. A perfect score is nearly impossible due to the nature of the test, a mere passing score is challenging, and a failing score guarantees only one more chance to take the test!
By studying the rules provided in this guide, understanding the logic, using the tips provided, and working through the exercises, you can expect to increase your score by at least 20 points.
- Sample questions that are very similar to the test
- Actual rules from each test section
- Sample questions that demonstrate logic
- Tips on how to eliminate incorrect answers
- Exercises for your preparation
- Item #6310
- Weight: 57g
- Pages: 32
- Edition: 2010
- In stock / $39.95
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DLAB Study Guide Testimonials
"I just wanted to say thank you. I only found enough time to study for a few hours using this study guide. Even in that little bit of time I scored 20 points higher on my DLAB than I did before. I didnt even pass it the first time I took it! Just knowing the 'rules' prior really helped me a lot."
- SSG Brooks, Civil Affairs NCO, Ft. Bragg
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- CPT Mansfield, Camp Slayer, Iraq
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