Development of the Air Force Precommission Screening Test-62.
AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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The 1962 revision of the Air Force Precommission Screening Test replaces an earlier form for screening of applicants for navigator training and selection of airmen for the Air Force Academy Preparatory School. Sections of the test were constructed as short equivalent forms of five parts of the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test verbal, quantitative, general science, mechanical, and scale reading. Results of a tryout of the new test with a high-aptitude sample of basic airmen demonstrated a suitable distribution of scores and high correlations between corresponding parts of the new test and AFOQT. Author