- Paperback: 262 pages
- Publisher: Trivium Test Prep; 2017-2018 edition (April 21, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1635301041
- ISBN-13: 978-1635301045
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 11 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 110 customer reviews
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AFOQT Study Guide 2017-2018: AFOQT Test Prep and Practice Test Questions for the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test 2017-2018 Edition
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-Math and Arithmetic sections are similar to the AFOQT (you need to think fast, and have an "expansive" mind when it comes to math)
-Analogy and Reading is also very similar.
-Science and Aviation is close enough (Aviation information is a wide array of knowledge, so this book alone is not enough)
-A noticeable chunk of mistakes in the two practice test (They're not gonna expect you to do Law of Sin without a calculator)
-Table Reading, you're better off finding a site that will provide you with a huge chart to practice your eye to hand dexterity
-Block counting is a little bit too easy
Overall, I recommend this book, however, be sure to supplement it with another book or two to fill in the gray areas. I am an Engineer so most of the knowledge on the test was a given to me. It is not a hard test, you just have to want to succeed if you want to ace it. By want, I mean stick to a consistent schedule of studying at least 1-2 hours a day for however long it makes you comfortable until you are ready to take the AFOQT. Also be sure to buy some scantrons or testing bubble sheet to take into account how long it takes you to bubble in answers during timed practice. Good luck future Airmen of America.
NOTE: If you are wanting to become a pilot this book is a great foundation, but you should get additional materials geared towards the pilot sections to ensure you do well in that area.
Some feedback POST TEST:
1) Both sections for English and Math were spot on. Practice the types of problems provided and you will do great.
2) The practice test layout was very similar to the actual test. Nothing was a surprise on test day.
3) Great answer keys for the practice tests. They explain step by step how to derive the answer based on each question.
4) Informative deep dive into each section with helpful tips and tricks to increase speed which is crucial on the test.
1) Block Counting - The complexity of the block formatting in this section could be a bit more robust.
2) Table Reading - Small tables of information are great, but it lacks practice with larger tables of information.
3) Instrument reading - Very helpful overall but... The shadow model of the plane varied a bit and slowed me down on the test. Find different planes to look at so they don't trip you up.
4) The practice tests do not have the time limit posted at the beginning of each test. You have to look these up ahead of time which was a bit inconvenient but not a show stopper.
OVERALL REVIEW -
I have to say that this book was a huge success to studying for the test and getting well above average scores.
The good: It offers you an idea of the timing a involved with the test. You'll see the sections that are required, and get a very foundational view of some of them.