Military Flight Aptitude exam book is good
for mazes, mechanical comp, word knowledge etc. However study the
Officer Candidate Tests
book, it is much better / more challenging in the math and
arithmetic knowledge sections (spelling is obviously not my
strength). Study to realistic times ONCE YOU HAVE mastered the
the thousands of college graduates and enlisted personnel who each year seek
commissions in the armed forces, here is the only guide to the
officer candidate tests given by every
service branch. Contents include full-length sample tests, up-to-the-minute
coverage of the latest test formats, 1,200 practice questions with explanations,
and detailed job descriptions. Line drawings, charts & diagrams.
would highly recommend the
ARCO book. There is one called
Officer Candidate Tests and another called
Military Flight Aptitude Tests I studied for about four weeks and did a
few full strictly timed practice tests and ended up making a 98 on Pilot and
95 on Nav when I took the real one last July. I found that many of the
practice problems were more difficult than those on the test. The book was a
great asset to my scores. Good luck!"
in the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines, you'll need to be
well prepared for your exam to compete for a seat in flight school.
Use this book to get hands-on experience with the same kind of test
material you'll see on exam day, and pass your exam with flying
Military Flight Aptitude Tests will show you how to:
Build a study plan and learn
time management techniques.
Practice the same kinds of
questions you'll see on the actual exam.
Use the process of elimination
and make educated guesses to answer tough questions.
Get career tips to maximize
your promotion potential.
The Complete Preparation Guide for Military Flight Aptitude Tests
includes sample tests for the:
AFOQT (Air Force Officer
AFAST (Alternate Flight
Aptitude Selection Test)
ASTB (Aviation Selection Test
More Aviation Training Books
Pocket Decoder Compact enough to slip into a flight case and comprehensive enough
to ensure mastery of the daily parlance of pilots, this handy reference
clarifies nearly 3,000 essential acronyms, abbreviations, symbols,
technical terms, and slang definitions used in aviation. Completely up to
date and categorically alphabetized, this crucial resource covers all.
Math for Pilots
Being able to easily perform math
calculations in your head is a skill that every pilot strives for. If (like
many!) you struggle a bit with this process, or, if you are simply looking for a
way to improve your math skills in the cockpit, then 'Mental Math for Pilots' is
a must read!
As a struggling IFR student, this pocket size book
has helped me to not only learn procedures, approaches, and systems, it has also
enabled me to figure out the jargon, jumble, and seeming mumble of flying in
good weather and foul.
for Naval Aviators This textbook
presents the elements of applied aerodynamics and aeronautical engineering
that directly relate to the flight training and general flight operations
of naval aviators.
As I flight instructor, I have recommended this text to all of my
students. Jeppesen provides superior training products for all levels of
flight training. If I were allowed only one reference to use for teaching,
this would be it!