AFOQT Form T Test Format

No proper AFOQT prep can begin without a thorough understanding of the test format. The AFOQT Form T Test consists of 12 Subtests. You'll find corresponding Study Guides and Practice Tests for all Subtests save the 'Self-Description Inventory' portion here at

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

All Subtests
Each subtest below is linked to its corresponding study guide. Have a look to get a better idea of the types of questions you will encounter on test day:
Note: the Physical Science, Self-Description Inventory, and Situational Judgement subtests are not included in any composite score. According to the official AFOQT Form T Pamphlet, these subtests are not factored into any of the composite scores. Said subtests are new to the Form T version of the test and the Air Force has not publicly indicated how/if/when data and/or scores will be utilized in the future.
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The subtests listed below are utilized to formulate the Verbal composite score.
The subtests listed below are utilized to formulate the Quantitative composite score.