AFOQT Out of the Way!

JPilot9

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Just got back to Dallas today after going down to UT-Austin to take the AFOQT. I have to say, the AFROTC unit there seems top-notch and incredibly helpful to outsiders. Thanks to everyone on here who gave me very helpful advice about the test.

Captain Potter said the scores may be back by the end of the week. We'll wait and see. At least now I can focus on letters and getting to know guys a little better at the unit.
 
Just got back to Dallas today after going down to UT-Austin to take the AFOQT. I have to say, the AFROTC unit there seems top-notch and incredibly helpful to outsiders. Thanks to everyone on here who gave me very helpful advice about the test.

Captain Potter said the scores may be back by the end of the week. We'll wait and see. At least now I can focus on letters and getting to know guys a little better at the unit.

Captain Potter was my FTO at Maxwell I last year. Good luck with your journey. Are you going for guard or reserve?
 
Sweet, dude. I coulda hooked you up here in the metroplex had you wanted to.

Post those scores up when you find out!
 
I'm going for a Guard slot with a few different units. Captain Potter was awesome - laid back and relaxed, which helped since there was a hydraulic piledriver right outside the window for 4 hours.

Frog, I called a few schools around here but they wouldn't let me test since I'm not a current student. They're letting me take the TBAS though, which is weird. Scores will be posted, provided they're at least 90s!
 
I know everyone is sworn to secrecy about the TBAS, but do you guys have any suggestions about how to best prepare for it? I'm thinking just go fly.
 
I know everyone is sworn to secrecy about the TBAS, but do you guys have any suggestions about how to best prepare for it? I'm thinking just go fly.

read the directions carefully for each section and don't get flustered haha..that's all I can say!
 
Take your time on the first section. You can definitely study a bit for it too just using the screen shots at wantscheck and your imagination, but the test after that is just a video game with some memorization. Give me a call from a secure line if you want to talk anymore ;)
 
Scores are back:

98 pilot
93 nav
94 academic
83 verbal
94 quantitative

Pretty good, I think.
 
I took the TBAS yesterday and thought it went pretty well. The scores came back today – 95 PCSM. That’s with 155 hours and a 98 pilot on the AFOQT.

I took it in Lubbock at Texas Tech. I have no idea how anyone could live there.

-Justin
 
Big congrats, get the rest of your package together and stay out of trouble and I think you've got a good shot.
 
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