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## What math should I study for Afoqt?

Arithmetic Reasoning It is necessary to study topics such as geometry, proportions, ratios, mixtures, integers, percentages, and time-distance in this section. You must answer 25 questions of arithmetic within 29 minutes, which means you will have a little more than a minute to solve each question.

### What kind of questions are on the Afoqt?

A good AFOQT practice test covers the five sections that you need to pass to commission. These are (1) verbal analogies, (2) arithmetic reasoning, (3) word knowledge, (4) math knowledge, and (5) reading comprehension. The remaining sections are used to assess aptitude.

**Can you use a calculator on the Afoqt?**

You may not use a calculator on the test. Watches are allowed if they do not have a calculator feature. Food and Drink will not be allowed in the testing area during test taking. Pencils and scratch paper will be provided.

**What level of math is on the Afoqt?**

The Math Knowledge subtest of the AFOQT measures a candidate’s abilities with basic principles of mathematics, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.

## How long should I prepare for the Afoqt?

With 6 weeks to prepare a study plan for the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT), you can think about dividing your study time into two parts. During the first two weeks, focus on mastering your approach to each type of question on the AFOQT.

### What are good scores for the Afoqt?

To pass, applicants taking the AFOQT must score a minimum of 15 in Verbal and 10 in Quantitative. For aspiring pilot applicants, you must score a minimum of 25 in pilot, 10 in navigator, and possess a combined pilot-navigator score of 50.

**Is the Afoqt harder than the Asvab?**

The ASVAB, taken by anyone wishing to enlist in any branch of the military, and the AFOQT, strictly for those who want to become an officer in the Air Force, both test your knowledge in various ways. The AFOQT is considered more difficult as it is a more specialized test.

**What is the average Afoqt score?**

With an average score of 50 meaning the test taker scored better than 50% of all other test takers, officer candidates that are selected have scores that are usually much more competitive.

## How many hours a day should you study for Afoqt?

Many students prepping for standardized tests have found studying 5 days a week in three 30-minute intervals (1.5 hours each day) proves helpful.

### What is a good Afoqt score for a pilot?

All applicants taking the AFOQT must score a minimum of 15 in Verbal and 10 in Quantitative. For aspiring pilot applicants, you must score a minimum of 25 in pilot, 10 in navigator, and possess a combined pilot-navigator score of 50.

**What math do you need for the Air Force?**

Students who score below 620 Evidence-based reading and writing or below 580 math on the SAT reasoning test and below 24 English/reading and 25 math/science on the ACT normally will not be competitive for an appointment directly into the Academy.