What are the AFOQT minimum required scores?

There is some debate over this issue. Fifty is the ‘average’ score for each section. To be considered for rated slots you would need to score at least a 50 in both the pilot and navigator sections. To be considered for non-rated slots you would need at least a combined score of 150 in the quantitative, verbal, and academic aptitude sections.

BUT (you knew it was coming)… the averages for people who are selected tend to be higher. The Air Force can afford to be more selective right now because they’re downsizing and not as many people are currently needed.

Here are the averages for the 2012 selectees:

12OT01:

Position | GPA | Pilot | Nav | AA | Verb | Quant | PCSM

PILOT 3.49 91.20 84.27 81.87 74.49 81.26 82.27

CSO 3.24 84.95 81.48 80.06 72.78 78.86

ABM 3.28 75.56 78.68 79.64 76.28 75.40

RPA 3.34 82.00 75.27 75.81 71.77 72.31 53.42

12OT02:

NT AD 3.58 62.23 61.37 63.13 65.36 58.35

NT Civ 3.53 71.65 75.77 81.10 81.50 74.03

Tech AD 3.26 70.00 73.00 78.50 74.50 76.00

Tech Civ 3.30 82.53 86.80 87.78 78.84 87.60

 

Note:¬†Remember the whole package concept! You may be selling yourself short if you don’t submit a package because of one or two factors!

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