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Preparation for each branch of service. Army, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. Gives candidates the sample tests and preparation they need to achieve high scores on the qualifying exam.
For 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.
This book is great for those who do
better on batteries that they can actually see or practice with prior to
test day. I was able to take a number of sample quizzes and it really let
me know on what to work or focus. After using this book and the "Military
Flight Aptitude Tests" book from the same publisher, I scored over 90
in each section of the AFOQT so the practice works!
However, other books would come in handy since this book only provides
reviews of the tests and samples, with no instruction on concepts.
As other reviewers have said, a book which explains certain math problems or English theory would help those who find they are lacking after taking a couple of this book's sample tests. I would agree that an SAT book might be helpful as a companion. Also, the Verbal portion of the real AFOQT is much more complicated than the examples given here, so make sure you are a good reader and adept at pulling meaning out of passages.
So again, brush up on basic skills with another book but practice with this one. Good luck!
I have taken two tests out of this book,
the Army AFAST, and the Navy and Marine Corps Aviation Selection
Battery, in real life. Contextually, the book is dead on, however, do
not rely on it as your soul source of information. If you are serious
about becoming a pilot, READ READ READ. Go out and get books on the
aircraft you want to fly (i.e. fixed wing or rotary). This book is good
in that it will show you exactly what the formats look like, but it does
not do a lot in preparing you for the questions on the test beyond what
is in the book.
|This book is almost identical to their previous edition, dated 1993. The sample test provides you with an insight into the GENERAL areas that you need to study, but the test is MUCH HARDER. Any guidance is better than none but the mathematical portion should be much tougher that what it is. All in all, if you are going to take the test, as I did, this book will provide you with the ENTRY LEVEL mathematics, which is where you need to BEGIN.|
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