The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) is an examination that measures a candidate’s aptitude in a wide variety of skills necessary to succeed as an officer and pilot in the United States Air Force.
AFOQT Practice TEst Sections
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What is The AFOQT
The Air Force Officers Qualification Tests is a required examination for any candidate wishing to join the United States Air Force as an Officer. The examination is offered through ROTC programs–typically taken in the sophomore year of university–or through scheduled test dates that can be set up through an Air Force Recruiter.* The AFOQT can only be taken twice (unless a waiver is granted), the examination dates must be more than 150 days apart, and only the most recent score is counted.
* We have heard numerous reports that getting scheduled for this exam through an Air Force Recruiter can be a very difficult and time-intensive process.
The AFOQT covers areas such as verbal skills, mathematical skills, aviation knowledge, and other subject areas. The entire AFOQT spans 12 sections encompassing 550 questions and takes approximately five (5) hours to complete.