AFOQT Prep For Future Air Force Officers
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Welcome to AFOQTGuide.com, your resource for the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT). The study guides and practice exams provided here will help you prepare for the AFOQT and set you down the path to becoming a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force.
This website is structured to cater to you and your study habits. If you prefer to prepare for the test on your own, check out the study guides & practice exams to review the areas in which you might need a refresher. If you appreciate all the help you can get – check out some of the study tips listed below. And, if there’s something missing that worked for you please let us know!
Before you dive in – take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the AFOQT ‘Form T’ format. The ‘Hidden Figure‘ and ‘Rotated Block‘ Subtests are NO LONGER on the AFOQT. The ‘Situational Judgment‘ and ‘Reading Comprehension‘ Subtests are now in place. The ‘General Science‘ Subtest has also been swapped out in favor of the ‘Physical Science‘ Subtest.
AFOQT Form T Test FormatThe 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
|Subtest||Test Time (minutes)||Items||Pilot||CSO||ABM||Academic||Verbal||Quant|
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- Develop a study regimen that works best for you and aligns with your desired Air Force Officer career choice (e.g., a prospective pilot’s ‘Math Knowledge’ Subtest score is included in 3 separate composite scores. Great information to have before you begin your studies). For more information regarding AFOQT Test Scoring and developing your own study regimen, have a look at the Prep for the AFOQT in 6 Weeks or Less page.
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- The test is complete (310 questions), it was written by PhD candidates, just requires editing (punctuation, grammar, accuracy check).
The study guides are arranged by subtest. Click on a study guide heading to view the corresponding practice questions.
This Arithmetic Reasoning Subtest measures your numerical problem-solving abilities.
This Math Knowledge Subtest measures your understanding of mathematical terms, relationships & principles.
Learn by Doing
AFOQT Study Tips
- Begin your AFOQT study regimen by taking a practice exam to determine if you have any area(s) that need improvement.
- Remember to keep time constraints in mind.
- If Possible, Begin Studying for the AFOQT at Least One Month Before Your Scheduled Test Date.
- Designate a time to study each day – and stick to it!
- Eliminate distractions (you’ve heard it a million times… maybe there’s something to it?) by finding a quiet place where you’re unlikely to be interrupted.
- Study Actively!
- Write, write, write and then write it down again!
- Make flash cards
- Come up with your own test questions
- Always do your best to simulate test conditions (e.g., no calculators, memorize time constraints)
- Study, Even When You’re Not Studying
- If you come across a word you’re unfamiliar with – make note of it and look it up later
- Think about test questions and how they apply to everyday life (e.g., you might see a bird and consider how it compares to an airplane – where is the bird’s fuselage, wing flaps, ailerons, etc.?) Silly example, but you get the idea.
- Remember, The AFOQT is a Multiple Choice Test
- Answer every question – you won’t be penalized
- Start each subtest by finding and answering a question you know (or are 99% sure you know)
- Be careful when filling in your answers if you have skipped previous questions. You don’t want to fail your test over a silly bubble sheet.
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Still have questions?
What is the AFOQT?
The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) is a standardized test that all candidates seeking an officer’s commission must take to become eligible for selection as an Air Force Officer. Composite scores are utilized to measure quantitative, verbal & academic aptitudes.
How Important Is My AFOQT Score?
In a word: IMPORTANT. It is not the ‘be all end all’ nor is it likely to be the sole deciding factor when it comes time for your review. The Air Force Officer Selection Committee emphasizes the ‘whole package’ concept. That said, a strong package is comprised of strong components. Utilize the study materials available to you, MEMORIZE the subtest time constraints (and work to ensure you’re able to complete the questions in the allotted time frames), and develop a study regimen + stick to it.
How Many Times Can I Take The AFOQT?
Twice. Your most recent test score is the one that counts. In RARE instances waivers are given to allow a third attempt.