Air Force Officer Qualifying Test

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AFOQT Scores: Minimum Requirements Explained

Minimum AFOQT scores that Air Force Officer applicants must attain include a 15 (Verbal Composite) and a 10 (Quantitative Composite). In addition, aspiring pilots must also score a 25 (Pilot Composite) and 10 (Combat Systems Officer Composite) to become eligible for...

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What is the AFOQT?

The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) is a 310 question standardized exam (not including Self-Description Inventory) that most aspiring United States Air Force Officers must pass prior to accepting a commission*. It is divided into 12 subtests designed to...

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How Long Are My AFOQT Scores Valid?

AFOQT Scores are valid for life. If you took the former 'S Form' AFOQT, your scores have been converted to the updated 'Form T' format. If you have already taken the AFOQT and wish to obtain your scores, you can visit the Air Force Personnel Center Website. Scores are...

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How is My AFOQT Score Calculated?

Your AFOQT results will be scored across 7 composites, 5 of which have minimum required scores, upon completion. It's important to understand the AFOQT scoring breakdown because the same subtests (e.g., Math Knowledge) are often included in multiple...

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