Development and Standardization of the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test Form L
AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB LACKLAND AFB TX
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Replacement forms of operational tests for officer selection and classification are produced biennially. In accordance with the normal replacement cycle, a new form L of the AFOQT was developed for implementation in FY-1972. Form L resembles other recent forms in type of content, organization, and norming strategy. Like other forms, it yields Pilot, Navigator-Technical, Officer Quality, Verbal, and Quantitative composite scores for operational use. Standardization involved the use of Project TALENT battery in a way which permits relating AFOQT scores to Air Force Academy candidates and to 12th grade males in the Project TALENT national survey. Form L differs from earlier forms by the introduction pf Digitek answer sheets and by a slight shortening which does not reduce the total amount of elicited scorable behavior.
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