Selection Instrument for Flight Training (SIFT) is an assessment for applicants who wish to pursue an Army Aviation career. SIFT scores range between 20 and 80, a passing score is 40. If you score 40 or higher you have completed the first step in qualifying for aviation service and are no longer authorized to retake the SIFT. If you score below a 40 you have one more opportunity to take the test again after 45 days. 50 is the average score. You are allowed to take the SIFT test a maximum of two times in your entire lifetime.
HOW ASVAB TUTORING CAN HELP?
ASVAB Tutoring helps to cover all of the important areas of the SIFT test as well as prepare you for what the test will look and feel like with our practice exams and homework. We will help you to achieve the score you need to be competitive in theArmy Aviation Officer candidate selection process.
SIFT TEST OVERVIEW
There are 7 sections to the SIFT exam, the table below shows the breakdown in different sections.
|SIFT TEST SECTION||NUMBER OF QUESTIONS||TIME (MIN)|
|Math Skills Test (MST)||Varies||40|
|Reading Comprehension Test (RCT)||20||30|
|Simple Drawings (SD)||100||2|
|Mechanical Comprehension Test (MCT)||Varies||15|
|Hidden Figures (HF)||50||5|
|Army Aviation Information Test (AAIT)||40||30|
|Spatial Apperception Test (SAT)||25||10|