Your PCSM score is calculated using your AFOQT Pilot subscore, your Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) data, highest level of formal education, and the amount of logged flight time you have accrued. The AFOQT is made up of 12 timed subtests.

**Passing Score on 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.

One may also ask, how hard is Afoqt? The **hard** part with the **AFOQT** is there is not anything you can specifically study for (except for perhaps the instrument/aviation sections). You can, however, be familiar with the format and types of questions that are going to be on it. If you’ve never seen a rotated blocks, hidden figures, etc.

Similarly one may ask, 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.

Can Afoqt scores be waived?

In order to be considered for a **waiver**, you must **score** a 58 or higher on the AA section of the **AFOQT** or have a masters with 2.50 or higher. If you **do** not meet those standards then you cannot. You would additionally need an **AFOQT** wavier which they **will** not consider until you have tested twice.

### Is the Afoqt harder than the Asvab?

Candidates for officer training take the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, or AFOQT. Because it covers additional specialized subjects for advanced career opportunities, it is generally considered a more difficult test.

### What happens if you fail the Afoqt?

You are only allowed to take the AFOQT twice during your college years. If you fail the test your first time, you must wait 6 months to be retested. If you fail the test a second time, you are removed from the AFROTC program.

### What is a good Pcsm score?

More Flight Hours = Higher PCSM The score is on a scale of 1-99, with 99 being the best. Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) test scores are combined with the candidate’s Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) scores, and total number of flying hours to produce a Pilot Candidate Selection Method (PCSM) score.

### What kind of math is on the Afoqt?

Math Knowledge (25 questions, 22 minutes) The Math Knowledge subtest of the AFOQT measures a candidate’s abilities with basic principles of mathematics, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.

### How long did you study 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.

### How long are Afoqt scores good for?

How Long Are My AFOQT Scores Valid? Your AFOQT scores are held indefinitely. However, if you take the test again, the original scores are no longer valid, even if you score lower the next time.

### How long does it take to get Afoqt results?

How to Check AFOQT Scores. You can visit the Air Force Personnel Center website within 8-10 days of taking the test. You will obtain your scores by providing your last name, social security number, and the number of your testing center.

### What is the GPA requirement for Air Force officer?

Meet minimum Air Force Officer Qualification Test (AFOQT) scores and grade point Average (GPA). The AFOQT minimum of 10 or higher on the Quantitative score and 15 or higher on the Verbal score is mandatory for all applicants. Minimum GPA for rated and non-rated applicants is 2.50.

### Who has to take the Afoqt?

High school seniors or graduates must achieve a 31 AFQT (overall score) as the minimum qualifying score. GED holders must achieve a 50 AFQT. The ASVAB is not required to join as an officer. However, officer candidates must take the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT).

### What is block counting?

Block Counting. The Block Counting portion of the AFOQT measures your ability to see into a “three-dimensional” stack of blocks. Each of the 30 items in this section asks that you determine how many pieces are touched by the numbered blocks.

### How do I pass the math section of the Asvab?

Here are some tips to help maximize your ASVAB math subtest scores: Memorize the math order of operations. Remember the apples-and-oranges rule. Memorize common math formulas before the day of the test. Use the scratch paper provided to help you solve problems.

### How many questions are on the Afoqt?

380 questions

### What should I study for the Afoqt?

Trivium Test Prep’s AFOQT Study Guide 2017-2018 covers: Verbal Analogies. Arithmetic Reasoning. Word Knowledge. Math Knowledge. Paragraph Comprehension. Situational Judgment Test. Self-Description Inventory. Physical Science.

### What does the Afoqt consist of?

The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) is a standardized test that measures verbal and math aptitude (similar to the Standardized Admissions Test (SAT) and American College Testing (ACT) as well as additional aptitudes relevant to specific career fields (e.g., perceptual speed, spatial rotation, aviation