- Paperback: 180 pages
- Publisher: Mometrix Media LLC; Stg edition (August 5, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1630949957
- ISBN-13: 978-1630949952
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.4 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 120 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,721 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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AFOQT Secrets Study Guide: AFOQT Test Review for the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test Stg Edition
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It includes a situational judgement portion, which gives you a feel for that section of the test
Science review is physical science only, which matches the new Form T test (yet, the science portion doesn't seem to count for anything according to the official Air Force information pamphlet).
The review sections are decent, but very basic. Where it really falters is the practice tests--the questions are basic and very easy, especially on the math portion. For the instrument comprehension, the plane images are a propeller plane, not anything the Air Force flies (refer to the official USAF study material, found on the TBAS website). It works for extra practice, but don't use only this. Block counting images are too large, and somewhat distorted. The table reading section is rather worthless, though this is consistent with the other study book I used. I would again refer you to the official USAF study material for that section.
The best summary I can provide is what is written on the back cover as a purported "review"--"I finally aced the test after taking it numerous times." Anyone taking the AFOQT should know that you are only allowed to take it TWICE in your lifetime. This very much feels like a poorly put together gimmick. I would instead recommend the Barron's Military Flight Aptitude test book, which I found to be much superior. I have also heard good things about the Peterson's Military Flight Aptitude book, though I have not personally used it.
I finally took the test, Wow what a mental marathon that was (nearly 5 hours long). Anyway my initial estimate was correct, this book is definitely watered down and I wouldn't say prepares you for the test. That being said I do believe it would be of great value to those who have been out of school for some time. I've recently finished my BaS so many of the problems in this book were very easy and simple, but if you need to re-establish a base and ease back into these topics I would recommend this book, it did do a good job of detailing how to solve problems in the math portions which is valuable to those who need it.
Hope this helps,
The book has been a 5 so far.
The study material was easy to read. I was really struggling with the aviation subtest. Your book allowed me to see it from a different direction that ultimately allowed me to understand thoroughly. They even included a study tips DVD in the mail!