# How is the AFOQT Test Scored?

The Air Force Officer Qualifying, called AFOQT, is designed to assess your math and verbal skills, as well as your skills in areas such as aviation and space relations. Based on your test results, you may be eligible for the second half of an AFROTC program, an officer training school, or positions such as an air combat director or pilot.

Here is some information about the AFOQT test score.

**AFOQT scores explained**

AFOQT has 12 test sections: math knowledge, word knowledge, situational judgment, self-description inventory, reading comprehension, reading tables, physical science, instrument comprehension, block counting, and aviation. 550 test questions take about five hours to complete.

Your performance in these 12 test sections is used to calculate combined scores in seven areas: air battle Manager (ABM), combat systems officer (CSO), situational judgment, verbal, academic aptitude, pilot, and quantitative.

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Combined scores are shown as a percentage in your score report. This number refers to the percentage of candidates who scored as well as or lower than you. Below is a breakdown of the seven composite score domains and the tests that consist of them:

**1- Verbal:**

This score is taken from your performance in the sections of word knowledge, reading knowledge, and verbal analogies test sections. You must earn a verbal score of 15 to be considered for officer training.

**2- Situational judgment:**

Your score for this part of the test measures your ability to serve as a leader and manage interpersonal issues.

**3- Quantitative:**

Your math knowledge and arithmetic reasoning test results are combined in this score. A score of ten is required for officer qualification.

**4- Pilot:**

This combined score indicates your ability to serve as a pilot and is a combination of the results of mathematics knowledge, instrument comprehension, and table reading test sections. It also includes your score on the Aviation Information Test, which tests you in areas such as aviation and perceptual speed. Score requirements depend on points.

**5- Combat systems officer (CSO):**

Block counting skills, math knowledge, table reading skills, and word knowledge are measured by the CSO score. The minimum CSO score requirements also vary by position.

**6- Air battle manager (ABM):**

This score merges your results in the verbal analogies and math knowledge test sections as well as those in block counting, table reading, instrument comprehension, and aviation information.

**7- Academic aptitude:**

This collective score combines your results with quantitative and verbal skills test sections. There is no required score for this group**.**

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**Minimum AFOQT scores**

The Air Force has established a set of minimum AFOQT score requirements. These conditions vary depending on the situation and are listed below:

**1- Pilot and RPA Operator AFOQT score minimums:**

- Pilot: 25*
- Navigator/CSO: (no minimum)*
- ABM: (no minimum)
- Academic Aptitude: (no minimum)
- Verbal: 15
- Quantitative: 10

*Before this, Pilot/RPA applicants must also have a minimum Navigator / CSO score of 10 and a combined Pilot and Navigator/CSO sub-score total of 50. These requirements have been removed by the latest version of AFI 36-2605. However, many Guard and Reserve units still use these requirements.

**2-** **CSO AFOQT scores minimums:**

- Pilot: (no minimum)*
- Navigator/CSO: 25*
- ABM: (no minimum)
- Academic Aptitude: (no minimum)
- Verbal: 15
- Quantitative: 10

* Previously, Navigator / CSO applicants must also have a minimum Pilot 10 score and a combined Navigator/CSO and Pilot sub-score total of 50. These requirements have been removed by the latest version of AFI 36-2605. However, many Guard and Reserve units still use these requirements.

**3- ABM AFOQT score minimums:**

- Pilot: (no minimum)*
- Navigator/CSO: (no minimum)*
- ABM: 25
- Academic Aptitude: (no minimum)
- Verbal: 15
- Quantitative: 10

* Previously, ABM applicants must also have a minimum Pilot score of 10, a minimum Navigator / CSO score of 10, and a combined Pilot and Navigator/CSO sub-score total of 50. These requirements have been removed by the latest version AFI 36-2605.

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**4- General Commissioning (Non-Rated) AFOQT score minimums:**

- Pilot: (no minimum)
- Navigator/CSO: (no minimum)
- ABM: (no minimum)
- Academic Aptitude: (no minimum)
- Verbal: 15
- Quantitative: 10

**What are the good scores for the AFOQT?**

Positions like pilots are very competitive and there are limited opportunities for pilots, so your AFOQT test scores should be excellent. You have to prove that you are the best in this test to be a pilot or a navigator.

The following is a statistical representation of the average scores of people who have been selected as pilots over the past 10 years:

- Pilot: 90
- Quantitative: 82
- Academic: 82
- Navigator: 85
- Verbal: 77

It makes sense that the top 15% of test-takers become pilots.

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