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Once you’ve made the decision to apply for Officer Candidate School (or Officer Training School), CliffsTestPrep Officer Candidate Tests offers you a complete guide to test preparation. This book will help you develop ...
Once you’ve made the decision to apply for Officer Candidate School (or Officer Training School), CliffsTestPrep Officer Candidate Tests offers you a complete guide to test preparation. This book will help you develop skills while adding some knowledge about the types of questions you will encounter on the
This guide covers the careers and specialties in the U.S. Armed Forces; officer qualifications, training, and advancement procedures; and the format of the tests. You’ll find basic, successful strategies for all three exams and every subject area. You’ll also get practice exams, answers, and explanations in each chapter to improve your skills in
With guidance from the CliffsTestPrep series, you'll feel at home in any standardized-test environment!
PART I: SUBJECT AREA REVIEW.
Verbal and Reading Review.
PART II: FULL-LENGTH PRACTICE TESTS 1.
AFOQT Practice Test 1.
ASTB Practice Test 1.
ASVAB Practice Test 1.
PART III: FULL-LENGTH PRACTICE TESTS 2.
AFOQT Practice Test 2.
ASTB Practice Test 2.
ASVAB Practice Test 2.
Military Career Opportunities.
Posted August 28, 2008
The information in the beginning of the book was easy to read regarding the structure of the tests. It gave a basic overview you can find in any Military Test Prep Book. However, just like someone mentioned above, the practice tests need a monstrous amount of proof reading! After I found the 12th mistake in the math section, I figured the rest of the information and practice tests I studied could not be trusted. It's pretty sad when you have to correct an author so many times.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 5, 2008
Gives good information but can somebody please proof read this? I can count no less then 20 mistakes in the math portion alone. Things like the square root of 4 is 4. And saying an answer is -13 when it is +13. It's 5th grade math people!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 25, 2010
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