The AFOQT is scored across 6 composites: Pilot, Combat Systems Officer (CSO), Air Battle Manager (ABM), Academic Aptitude (AA), Verbal and Quantitative. Each composite consists of a different compilation of subtests. However, upon completion of the test you only will receive 5 composite scores, since the Air Force does not release ABM scores.
Composite scores are curved, and range from 0-99. For example, if you receive a Verbal Composite score of 88, this indicates you scored better than 88% of test-takers in your cohort. Composite scores do not represent the overall percentage of problems that you answered correctly.
The Air Force does not disclose exactly how each subtest within a given composite score is weighted. However, the official AFOQT Form T Information Pamphlet does provide a breakdown of the subtests utilized to formulate each composite score.
The AFOQT Form T Test takes close to 5 hours to complete when factoring in time for instructions and breaks. Actual test time (i.e., time spent answering questions) is 3 hours 36 minutes.
Note: Pilot, CSO & ABM Columns Show Which Subtests Are Scored for Rated Career Fields. Please click on a tab in the table below to view the subtests within the applicable composite.