# AFQT Practice Test 2024 [UPDATED]

AFQT Practice Test 2024: Free Printable PDF with Answer Keys – Elevate your preparation for the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) with our comprehensive study guide and sample test questions. Our resources are crafted to assist you in mastering the key areas evaluated by the AFQT, ensuring you are thoroughly prepared for your test.

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## AFQT Practice Test 2024

Military Entrance Score/Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) is derived from four ASVAB subtests: Arithmetic Reasoning (AR), Mathematics Knowledge (MK), Paragraph Comprehension (PC), and Word Knowledge (WK). The services will use an AFQT score to determine eligibility for enlistment. However, each Service and each military job have different requirements, so qualifying AFQT scores can fluctuate. Each Service branch calculates service-specific composite scores to determine your qualifying jobs.

### AFQT Real Test Content

 Sub-Tests Paper-and-pencil (MCQs) iCAT (MCQs) Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) Measures ability to solve basic arithmetic word problems 30-items 16-items Mathematics Knowledge (MK) Measures knowledge of mathematical concepts and applications 25-items 16-items Paragraph Comprehension (PC) Measures the ability to obtain information from written material 15-items 11-items Word Knowledge (WK) Measures ability to understand the meaning of words through synonyms 35-items 16-items

### AFQT Practice Test with answers (PDF)

ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 2024

ASVAB Word Knowledge Practice Test 2024

ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Practice Test 2024

ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge Practice Test 2024

The AFQT is not a separate test but is the collection of scores from these four ASVAB subtests. Because the AFQT scores determine the eligibility for enlistment into the military, scoring as well as possible is important. This site is designed to provide candidates who are taking the ASVAB with additional opportunities to practice questions in the AFQT Test Prep for the types of questions they will receive within the official AFQT test sections. We provide sample practice questions across all four sections, including a score at the end of the practice exam so you can check your performance.

### AFQT Scores are divided into the following categories

• Category I: 93–99
• Category II: 65–92
• Category III A: 50–64
• Category III B: 31–49
• Category IV A: 21–30
• Category IV B: 16–20
• Category IV C: 10–15
• Category V: 0–9

-The formula for computing an AFQT score is AR + MK + (2 x VE).

-The VE (verbal) score is determined by adding the raw scores from the PC and WK tests and using a table to get the VE score from that combined PC and WK raw score.

-AFQT scores are not raw scores but rather percentile scores indicating how each examinee performed compared with the base youth population. Thus, someone who receives an AFQT of 55 scored better than 55 percent of all other members of the base youth population. The highest possible percentile is 99.

-The minimum score for enlistment varies according to a branch of service and whether the enlistee has a high school diploma.

Minimum AFQT
Tier I Tier II
Branch ≥ HS Diploma = GED
Army 31 50
Marines 32 50
Air Force 36 65
Navy 31 50
Coast Guard 36 50 with 15 college credits
*Army National Guard 50 50
*Air National Guard 50 50

GED holders who earn 15 college credits 100 level or greater are considered equivalent to those holding high school diplomas so they need only the Tier I score to enlist. Eligibility is not determined by score alone. Certain recruiting goal practices may require an applicant to achieve a higher score than the required minimum AFQT score in order to be considered for enlistment. Rules and regulations are subject to change; applicants should call their local recruiting center for up-to-date qualification information.

Law prohibits applicants in Category V from enlisting. In addition, there are constraints placed on Category IV recruits; recruits in Category IV must be high school diploma graduates but cannot be denied enlistment solely on this criteria if the recruit is needed to satisfy established strength requirements. Furthermore, the law constrains the percentage of accessions who can fall between Categories IV-V (currently, the limit is 20% of all persons originally enlisted in a given armed force in a given fiscal year).

### My AFQT score is 62. What does this mean?

AFQT scores are reported as percentiles between 1-99. An AFQT percentile score indicates the percentage of examinees in a reference group who scored at or below that particular score. For current AFQT scores, the reference group is a sample of 18 to 23-year-old youth who took the ASVAB as part of a national norming study conducted in 1997. Thus, your AFQT score of 62 indicates that you scored as well as or better than 62% of the nationally representative sample of 18 to 23-year-old youth.

In addition to the ASVAB’s AFQT, each branch has military occupational specialty, or MOS, scores. Combinations of scores from the nine tests are used to determine qualification for a MOS. These combinations are called “aptitude area scores”, “composite scores”, or “line scores”. Each of the five armed services has its aptitude area scores and sets its minimum composite scores for each MOS.

 CL Clerical VE+AR+MK CO Combat Operations VE+AS+MC EL Electronics GS+AR+MK+EI FA Field Artillery AR+MK+MC GM General Maintenance GS+AS+MK+EI GT General Technical WK+PC+AR MM Mechanical Maintenance AS+MC+EI OF Operators and Food VE+AS+MC SC Surveillance and Communications VE+AR+AS+MC ST Skilled Technical VE+GS+MC+MK * SF Special Forces GT≥110 CO≥100
 GT General Technical AR+VE EL Electronics AR+EI+GS+MK BEE Basic Electricity and Electronics AR+GS+2*MK ENG Engineering AI+EI+MK MEC Mechanical Maintenance AR+AI+SI+MC MEC2 Mechanical Maintenance 2 AO+AR+MC NUC Nuclear Field AR+MC+MK+VE OPS Operations Specialist WK, PC, AR, MK, AO HM Hospital Corpsman (medical) GS+MK+VE ADM Administrative MK+VE * SEALs Special Operations GS+MC+EI≥165 or VE+MK+MC+CS≥220 (minimum for BUD/S)
 AET Aviation Electrical Technician MK+EI+GS≥172 & AR≥52 or AFQT≥65 AMT Aviation Maintenance Technician AR+MC+AS+EI≥220 & AR≥52 or AFQT≥65 AST Aviation Survival Technician VE+MC+AS≥162 & AR≥52 or AFQT≥65 BM Boatswain’s Mate VE+AR≥100 DC Damage Controlman VE+MC+AS≥155 EM Electrician’s Mate MK+EI+GS≥153 & AR≥52 ET Electronics Technician MK+EI+GS≥172 & AR≥52 or AFQT≥65 FS Food Service Specialist VE+AR≥105 GM Gunner’s Mate AR+MK+EI+GS≥209 HS Health Services Technician VE+MK+GS+AR≥207 & AR≥50 IS Intelligence Specialist VE+AR≥109 IT Information Systems Technician MK+EI+GS≥172 & AR≥52 or AFQT≥65 ME Maritime Enforcement Specialist VE+AR≥100 MK Machinery Technician AR+MC+AS≥154 or VE+AR≥105 MST Marine Science Technician VE+AR≥114 & MK≥56 OS Operational Specialist VE+AR≥105 PA Public Affairs Specialist VE+AR≥109 & VE≥54 SK Storekeeper VE+AR≥105 & VE≥51 YN Yeoman VE+AR≥105

Air Force/Air National Guard Composite Scores (Standard AFQT score AR + MK + (2 x VE))

 M Mechanical MC + GS (2 × AS) A Administrative NO + CS + VE G General VE + AR E Electrical AR + MK + EI + GS
 CL Clerical VE+AR+MK EL Electronics GS+AR+MK+EI GT General Technical VE+AR MM Mechanical Maintenance NO+AS+MC+EI ST Skilled Technical GS+VE+MK+MC * MARSOC Special Operations GT=105

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