My plan for this post will be for it to be a rolling list of first-hand recommendations on AFOQT study material. Leave a comment and I will update this post accordingly.
Here is a link to my other AFOQT posts (including this one)
Official AFOQT Page. Use this to make sure you are studying for the right version of test.
Trivium. Very closely mimics the test especially in the math portions. It really helped me attain the extra edge. I would knock the rust off with Barron’s, then go through Trivium very slowly to clear up the tricky spots. November 2017
I did mine a couple years back, but this has good reviews on Amazon. December 2017
I used AFOQT secrets that I bought on Amazon.com. It’s a really good book that’s not full of unnecessary information. December 2017
I used AFOQT secrets. December 2017
This was a great resource to learn about the basics of aviation and also gave me a few practice tests to try out. October 2016
Barron’s is great except the table reading is nothing like the actual test. Find the real table reading example from the air force site and skip Barron’s table reading. March 2017
Barron’s is the master of all AFOQT study books. December 2017
That’s the one I used. It really helped my verbal score, but I don’t think the math problems were as diverse. But then again, I just suck at math. Haha.” October 2016
Yes, the verbal part was key. I ended up getting a 96 in that section — I definitely attribute that to the study guide. October 2016
Lowest score was an 84, highest 96. I ran through all the practice questions a few times and brushed up on algebra. October 2016
Have Barron’s as well, it’s very thorough. And it clearly explains both practice tests. October 2016
I ordered the official GRE books, Peterson’s master the officer candidate test 9th edition, Barron’s military flight aptitude test, Nelnetsolutions.com and the pictured book. I used as much resources as possible! October 2016