How are these AFOQT scores?

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  1. Akrogan

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    Hello!

    Found out my AFOQT scores:
    Pilot: 45
    Nav: 47
    Academic: 54
    Verbal: 72
    Quantitative: 39

    I want to go non-rated as a civil engineer...how are these scores...good enough for field training? I am an AS100.

    THANKS!
     
  2. Pima

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    The AFOQT is a small % of what goes into the selection. What is you PFT score, cgpa and class ranking? Overall they are not horrendous, but also honestly there are going to be candidates with much higher scores. IE your quatative means that you are in the bottom 39% when compared to everyone else that took the exam with you.
    ~ There are cadets that were selected that had busted the test.

    If you retake it again you risk the chance that you score lower which will be used for not only SFT selection, but also your AFSC OML.
     
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  3. Akrogan

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    My PFA is 97.6 and I am training for a 100 in fall.

    CGPA is 3.32, getting around a 3.6 this semester and taking easier classes this summer to boost.

    Got a wing staff position for fall and POC have told me that I'm doing very very well, but of course wouldn't give a exact number. Cadre say I'm doing well.

    Overall I feel confident, especially with doing a tech degree. Definitely not going rated!
     
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    You seem strong with what you are stating. I can't recall if the AFOQT is 15 or 20%, but as a STEM major with a cgpa of 3.32 and at least a 98, you should be sitting pretty.
    ~ If I recall correctly, AFOQT, PFT and CGPA are at least 50% of the score. The remainder is the CoC and that also has a very unique formula too.
    ~~~ Somewhere in the bowles here is the exact formula. Look through the threads for last year SFT.
     

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