AFOQT Practice Tests

The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) was designed by the USAF in 1953 as a testing standard to help decipher which candidates would be best suited to join as an officer. The AFOQT has been about selecting the best college graduates for Officer positions.

The AFOQT exam is composed entirely of 550 multiple-choice questions. The exam lasts about five hours including breaks, with three hours and 36 minutes to answer questions. Each section of the exam is timed, and the time limit for each section varies. There AFOQT features 12 subtests in all. Each subtest caters to one of the skills an entry-level Air Force officer will need to utilize throughout their training as well as within the professional environment.

The AFOQT consists of 12 different subtests. Each is designed to test an aspect of knowledge, skill, or personality that correlates with success in later stages of Air Force training. AFOQT Structure and Format

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