AFOQT / TBAS Testing | Air Force ROTC Detachment 630 | Kent State University

AFOQT / TBAS Testing

Det 630 offers the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) and the Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) to current and potential officer candidates.

AFOQT Test Dates

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The AFOQT is the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, which is a standardized aptitude test (similar to the SAT and ACT) used to select applicants for officer commissions programs or specific training programs.  The AFOQT is mandatory for any cadet wishing to commission in the Air Force and should be completed by December 31 of their Sophomore year.  The test takes 5 hours to complete.  Each session begins at a designated time by the administering Cadre at the detachment in Terrace Hall ( 125 Terrace Drive, Kent, OH 44242).

We are currently done administering the AFOQT for FY18.  Det 630's anticipated testing schedule for FY19 are dates TBD in November and April.

 

 


TBAS Test Dates

TBAS RSVP

The TBAS is offered Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday with a start time between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. and on Friday with a start time between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.  Cadre are willing to work with candidates if there is a scheduling conflict.

Testing takes place at the detachment (Terrace Hall / Kent State University) and takes 1.5 hours to complete. 

125 Terrace Hall / Kent OH, 44242

Required items for those testing include:

1) Photo ID

2) TBAS candidate worksheet (also found on the PCSM website)

3) Transcripts (can be unofficial)

4) Pilot log book (if applicable)

5) Having taken the AFOQT  (you cannot get your PCSM score without an AFOQT score)

You will be turned away from testing if you do not show up with everything required and already filled out.

Also, please do not show up to test until you receive a verification from one of our Cadre members.


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Last Updated: 24 July 2018

 

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