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  1. I know people that got picked up with AFOQTs in that neighborhood. Given your age, I definitely wouldn't waste any time, better start rushing now. With the hours you have I doubt you'll get a lot of questions about your scores...they already know you can fly.
  2. Pcarros, I used a very outdated Barron's which was still pretty good - just ignored the areas that weren't applicable. I think what helped the most is I was wrapping up my private and had just taken the knowledge test a month earlier. If you're a ppl the aviation areas should all be very easy. Otherwise I'd make a ton of flash cards. If there are concepts you don't get then checkout YouTube. I work full time so I'd come home and study 6-10pm and about 8hrs over the weekend. I think that routine for 6-8 weeks would make anyone prepared. I I tried that nelnet test awhile back and absolutely bombed it. I can't remember at all if it was similar to the real test Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks. I'm looking to apply over the summer. Currently debating about how wide of a net to cast. Not sure it makes sense to apply to units in locations I don't want to live or on the opposite coast. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Finally got my score this afternoon. I'm at a 76 pcsm with 69 flight hours. I can push that to an 81 if I fly 12 more hours. Trying to decide if those 5 points are worth it at $100/hr. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I'm still waiting for a score. Apparently one of the pages didn't get transferred to the scoring center. Hoping they'll resubmit the papers today. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Are you all using this site? Don't remember entering my initials on the test... http://access.afpc.af.mil/pcsmdmz/PCSMscores.html Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. It has not posted yet. I assume they're out today as well as Monday. Hoping to get it soon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Correct, I am not currently in the military. When this whole process started a few years ago I wanted to go AD. Since that time, I've had three promotions at work and I really enjoy what I do. I decided to go ANG/reserve so hopefully I can have my cake and eat it too. All that said, if I don't get picked up this year then I'll start applying for AD. At the end of the day, really just want to serve and if I can do that through flying all the better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Ladies & Gents, Been working on this awhile and finally saw the years ticking away on the calendar (about to be 27) so I got my act together. Took the AFOQT two weeks ago: Pilot 98 Nav 99 AA 82 Verb 83 Quant 72 That quantitative score hurt a bit, had several questions not in my study guides. Oh well! Then last Friday I finished my PPL - luckily passed the first time because apparently a checkride is $650 these days. TBAS is scheduled for tomorrow. I think I can get to ~80 flying hours before packets are due and hope that is good enough for a decent PCSM. Finished school in '12 with a BBA in Accounting and Finance. 3.36gpa. Have been working since graduation, have a ton of family in the military (brother and sister are AD AF pilots), and LoRs from Managers and my CFI (no, I don't know any Generals who can write me one). I feel pretty good but I know the competition is stiff these days. Anything else I should be working on to boost my chances? Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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