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Detachment 915 offers the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) to current and prospective officer candidates. Test dates and RSVP information can be found by clicking the RSVP button below.  

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What is the AFOQT?

The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) is a standardized test used to measure verbal and mathematical aptitude relevant to specific career fields. It is also used to qualify for Pilot, Combat Systems Officer, and Air Battle Manager training and is a component of the Pilot Candidate Selection Method (PCSM) score. The AFOQT is mandatory for any cadet wishing to commission in the Air and Space Forces and should be completed by the end of December of their sophomore year. 

The AFOQT takes approximately five hours to complete and contains 550 questions divided into 12 subtests:

1. Verbal Analogies

2. Arithmetic Reasoning

3. Word Knowledge

4. Math Knowledge

5. Reading Comprehension

6. Situational Judgement

7. Self-Description Inventory

8. Physical Science

9. Table Reading

10. Instrument Comprehension

11. Block Counting

12. Aviation Information