The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) is a standardized test that measures aptitudes (e.g., perceptual speed, spatial rotation, aviation knowledge) and is used to select applicants for officer commissioning programs. Programs such as Officer Training School (OTS) or Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (Air Force ROTC). It is also used to qualify for Pilot, Combat Systems Officer (CSO) and Air Battle Manager (ABM) training and is a component of the Pilot Candidate Selection Method (PCSM) score. The AFOQT is a required test for all cadets and students on scholarship or in the Professional Officer Course (POC).
Our tutors first assess the skills of a student, and based on that assessment they prepare a comprehensive and customized plan of study to ensure that our students are able to pass the ASVAB test.
There are 12 subtests in the AFOQT exam, the table below shows the breakdown in different subtests.
|SUB TESTS||NO. OF QUESTIONS||TIME (MINS)|
|CAREER TYPE||VERBAL||QUANTITATIVE||PILOT||NAVIGATOR||COMBINED PILOT/NAV|