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I have been tutoring AFOQT applicants for years. I took and passed the test in 1993. I also think you guys should add the ASTB Aviation selection test battery, the US Army SIFT, and FAA private pilot, instrument pilot, commercial pilot, airline transport pilot, flight instructor, and flight engineer tests to your test preparation area. Mathematics has been a part of my life for over twenty years. I love math, science and aviation subjects. More importantly I love teaching them. My field has always kept me immersed in geometry, trigonometry, algebra, calculus, and physics. The cool thing abou [more]

I just completed 16 hours of training to teach the preparation for the ASVAB of which the AFQT is a subset. I will be teaching an 8 hour course in the ASVAB in February 2017 at the Veterans Outreach Center. I am also qualified to teach SAT reading and vocabulary as well as math through Geometry which are more rigorous than the four core subtests of the ASVAB and make up the AFOQT. I was valedictorian of my high school in Syracuse. I began my Bachelor's degree in elementary education and taught 4th grade for 2 years. I then taught demonstration lessons in science in grades K-5 and full time mat [more]

I'm currently certified in ASVAB, of which the AFOQT is a subset. The math portion of the AFOQT is used heavily for certain military occupational specialties. Thus my math education and work experience is directly relevant to both the AFOQT and ASVAB. My several years of teaching/tutoring various test prep courses also qualifies me to tutor AFOQT/ASVAB. I have over 20 years of demonstrated success teaching/tutoring for the ASVAB/GED/HISET and TEAS exams, including 10 years of teaching a GED prep course at a community college. I'm presently employed as a secondary adult education teacher help [more]

I have tutored several people for the ASVAB, AFOQT, and similar tests, including some who increased their scores by 25 to 30 points and my most-recent student who aced his ASVAB and is now joining the USAF. For many years (originally at The Princeton Review, then later in private practice), I have been successful in helping many students improve scores on the SAT, ACT, GRE, MCAT, and other so-called "standardized" tests. Upon request, I can provide references from pleased students and parents. [more]

I was a math major at Cornell; I have a master's degree in meteorology from MIT; I have been a writer for 30 years. I have tutored students in all the standardized tests including GED, ASVAB, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, SSAT, GMAT, and FCAT. I teach both material, and the proper strategy in approaching multiple-choice questions. My degrees are in math and science, and I've been a writer for 40 years. I specialize in test prep, particularly for SAT and ACT. I cover all the bases: math, English, writing, reading, science, and strategy. My teaching style is to be patient and supportive but persistent [more]

I have tutored 7 students on the AFOQT already and all have passed. As a former military member, I can give first hand experience knowledge about the military in general, and better relate to the student. Lastly the exam is very much math intensive and that is the typical component where most students seek help for when taking this exam, and I specialize in math tutoring. I have recently graduated from Rutgers-Newark with a double major in Mathematics and Physics. I have been passionate about teaching math ever since I tutored math and physics. Despite extensive experience working in electron [more]

I have been helping my students prepare for and take the GED exam for many years. The GED exam is not easy to pass and I have found that with the help of GED exam prep books and a little encouragement from an educator, that students do better. I have been teaching a variety of subjects within my school district and have filled in as a substitute teacher in a majority of fields. I believe that I can help students succeed. I have been living in Tiverton since I retired from the Air Force years ago. Counting my time now as an ROTC instructor, I have a total of 26 years' military service and f [more]

I am a designated Naval Aviator. I flew in the Marine Corps, and had to excel on the Pilot Aptitude test. I flew several different military aircraft and hold a current, valid Commercial Pilot's license. I flew in the Gulf War, and served on a Combined Command with several Air Force units. I can help any aspiring Air Force pilot applicant to increase their score on the AFOQT. I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in 1984. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, I returned to CMU, where I worked as a Robotics Research Engineer, for eight years. Recent academic accomplishments include [more]

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