Master The Officer Candidate Tests: Targeted Test Prep to Jump-Start Your Career

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Peterson's, Apr 20, 2009 - Study Aids - 408 pages
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Every year, the U.S. Armed Forces commissions thousands of new officers. Master the Officer Candidate Tests provides candidates with the preparation they need to achieve high scores on the required qualifying exam. Key topics for each military branch's-specific exam are covered in detail, from verbal reasoning and math to mechanics and electronics. Test takers are also provided with the most current information on career opportunities in the military, with specific job descriptions for all five branches.
 

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Contents

Offi cer Opportunities for Women in the Military
21
BRANCHSPECIFIC COMMISSIONING
29
Becoming an Air Force Offi cer
47
Becoming a Marine Corps Offi cer
57
Becoming a Coast Guard Offi cer
67
MILITARY TESTS AND TRAINING
75
PREPARING FOR AND TAKING THE OFFICER
85
SUGGESTED STUDY PLAN FOR OFFICER CANDIDATE
127
Arithmetic Reasoning
185
Math Knowledge
203
General Science
221
Electronics Information
231
Answer Key and Explanations
237
Mechanical Comprehension
243
THREE OFFICER CANDIDATE TESTS
261
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery ASVAB
293

EIGHT PRACTICE TESTS
141
Verbal Analogies
153
Reading Comprehension
163
Navy and Marine Corps Aviation Selection Test Battery ASTB
337
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Lt. Col. Scott Ostrow is chief of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Recruiting Training Branch at Robins Air Force Base, GA. In 2004, he served in Iraq as administrator, deputy commander, and officer in charge of the 332nd Contingency Aero-medical Staging Facility's medical support flight.

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