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eBook AFOQT Practice Test

  • Form T Format
  • 310 Questions (Same As AFOQT)
  • Includes Answer Key & Explanations
  • Peer Reviewed to Ensure Highest Quality Content
  • Each Subtest Contains Instructions + Time Constraints

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  • Form T Format
  • 310 Questions (Same As AFOQT)
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Online AFOQT Arithmetic Reasoning Preview

  • The Arithmetic Reasoning subtest measures arithmetic reasoning and problem-solving abilities. Each problem is followed by five possible answers.
  • Select your answer for each question provided.
  • Note: This preview consists of 10 timed questions that are representative of the pace at which you will need to provide responses on test day. Here you have 11 minutes & 36 seconds - on test day you will have 29 minutes to respond to 25 questions.

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Have a look at the frequently asked questions before you reach out. Someone else may have wondered the very same thing you are now.

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.
Where Can I Take The AFOQT?

This is up to you (unless you are a cadet). There are testing locations nationwide (often at Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS)). Get with your recruiter and/or ROTC point of contact for more detailed information.

Where you take the AFOQT will depend upon your current location. If you are a cadet in an ROTC program, you’re likely aware of where/when you’ll be taking the AFOQT. If not, ask a fellow cadet or one of your instructors at your detachment – someone will be able to point you in the right direction.

College graduates who are interested in joining the Air Force will need to contact an Air Force officer recruiter to schedule their AFOQT – you’ll take your test at the nearest Military Entrance Processing (MEP’s) location.

How Many Times Can I Take The AFOQT?

Twice. The Air Force now authorizes the use of the highest Air Force Officer Qualifying Test composite scores from any AFOQT administration (also known as the ‘AFOQT Super Score’). For instance, if your initial Air Battle Manager (ABM) composite score was 88 and your subsequent ABM composite score was a 72 – the 88 would be recognized as your official score.

What Sections Are On The AFOQT?

The AFOQT is broken into 12 subtests. See the AFOQT Format page for detailed information.

How do I Schedule My Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)?
Contact your recruiter (civilian), speak with fellow cadets or your Air Force ROTC POC. He or she will give you information about upcoming boards and your optimal test taking window(s). The earlier the better!
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