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AFOQT Qualifications I am submitting my qualifications as an AFOQT tutor (I am currently an approved ASVAB tutor with WyzAnt). I have been instructing military personnel for over 4 years in preparation for the ASVAB. Several of the subtests for the AFOQT are largely identical to the ASVAB subtests. I am a former chemistry teacher and College Psychology professor so I have multiple techniques at my disposal for teaching young adults in many subjects, but the most often required is that of math. My degree in chemistry involved routine use of math, which has afforded me the ability to not o [more]

I scored on the 97 percentile when taking the military ASVAB exam. This high score more than qualifies me to assist students with scoring well on the AFOQT exam ... specifically, the math portions of the exam. ONLINE and IN-PERSON Available 7 days a week... Morning, Noon, and Night. NOTE: Bowie High Students ... I am Available at 3 PM (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays) at Bowie Library (adjacent to High School on rt. 450.). I'm an alumnus of Tougaloo College (Mississippi), where I majored in mathematics/computer science. I graduated with a 3.89 cumulative GPA (summa cum la [more]

I am a licensed Civil Engineer, and have taken and passed the required Reading, Math, Science, English, and Language usage criteria to effectively tutor for the AFOQT exam. In addition, I've tutored several students for the ASVAB exam, and my last student scored a 96 out of 100! Hello, My name is Leona. I am a licensed Civil Engineer, and I love helping others to succeed. My strength is in Math. However, I am fully qualified to tutor several elementary school, middle school, high school, and college courses. I also tutor in preparation for the ACT, ASVAB, AFOQT, GED, GRE, OAT, SAT, an [more]

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]

After having worked with multiple ASVAB students, the AFOQT is similar in structure and content. Specifically with the math section, I have a deep understanding of test strategies (having also tutored students in the CPA exam and the GMAT exam). The strong combination of test preparation work as well as understand the needs of military students, or those looking to join the military allows me to tutor this subject. I also have a strong educational background and have a significant amount of time tutoring, indicating that not only can I tutor the subject, but in general, I am an experienced t [more]

I have experience helping students with this subject matter. I have experience helping students to become more confident in their abilities relating to the AFOQT test. I also have experience working with the math questions, in particular. My name is Dan and I am a tutor that may help you! My educational background includes a BA in Environmental Studies from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I hold a Master of Public Administration degree from George Mason University. I have doctoral coursework from George Mason University in Education. I have experience teaching part-time for [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]

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