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Academic Package 2 Practice Test Package

Academic Package 2

Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT)

If you want to become an Air Force Officer you must pass the AFOQT -- so practice is a must. Get the practice you need with Peterson's AFOQT Practice Test! The AFOQT consists of 16 subtests ranging from general verbal and quantitative sections to sections measuring very specific practical skills, such as those for pilots and navigators. Take your Air Force career to the next level!

Features:

• 1 full-length test written by experts
• Detailed explanations for all questions
• Score report for each subtest, including number of correct answers, number of incorrect answers, number of questions skipped, and percent correct.

Practice test structure:

• Verbal Analogies -- 8 minutes
• Arithmetic Reasoning -- 29 minutes
• Word Knowledge -- 5 minutes
• Math Knowledge -- 22 minutes
• Instrument Comprehension -- 6 minutes
• Block Counting -- 3 minutes
• Table Reading -- 7 minutes
• Aviation Information -- 8 minutes
• Rotated Blocks -- 13 minutes
• General Science -- 10 minutes
• Hidden Figures -- 8 minutes

Advanced Placement (AP)

High school students can earn college credit, placement, or both by scoring well on an AP exam. High scores on this test make a positive impact on a college application. Each exam corresponds to an AP course offered in that student’s high school. More than 1.4 million students take an AP exam annually.

Peterson’s AP Practice Tests:

• Biology
• Calculus AB
• Calculus BC
• Chemistry
• English Language & Composition
• English Literature & Composition
• European History
• Physics B
• Physics C
• Spanish
• U.S. History

Unique Features

• Full-length tests written by experts
• Explanations given for all questions
• Full scores reported by number and percent correct.
• Test overview for all subjects

GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)

Provides 3 full-length timed practice tests. Content and level of difficulty is just like the real test. Questions designed to simulate actual test questions. Supplies feedback with correct answers and explanations. Includes an overview on format of the exam, tips and strategies for success, and how the exam is scored. Site contains FAQ and Online Help and incorporates links to exam-provider for registration and additional information.

Unique Features:

• Three full-length tests written by experts
• Explanations given for all questions
• Full score reported as a computer adaptive test. Score is scaled according to number of correct answers and difficulty of questions. Essay sections are for practice only; they are not formally scored.
• Test overview

GRE (Graduate Record Examination)

Provides 3 full-length timed practice tests. Content and level of difficulty is just like the real test. Questions designed to simulate actual test questions. Supplies feedback with correct answers and explanations. Includes an overview on format of the exam, tips and strategies for success, and how the exam is scored. Site contains FAQ and Online Help and incorporates links to exam-provider for registration and additional information.

Unique Features:

• Full-length tests written by experts
• Explanations given for all questions
• Full score reported as a scaled score based on correct answers and difficulty of questions. Writing sections are self-scored.
• Test overview

Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

Provides 2 full-length timed practice tests. Content and level of difficulty is just like the real test, except that it does not include a writing sample section. Questions designed to simulate actual test questions, supplies feedback with correct answers and explanations. Includes an overview on format of the exam, tips and strategies for success, and how the exam is scored. Site contains FAQ and Online Help and incorporates links to exam-provider for registration and additional information.

Unique Features

• Full-length tests written by experts
• Explanations given for all questions
• Full score reported by number and percent correct.
• Test overview

MCAT (Medical College Admissions Test)

The Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT*) measures a medical college applicant's problem solving, critical thinking, and writing skills, as well as knowledge of science concepts.

The MCAT Online Practice Test includes:

• A timed practice test
• Coverage of the verbal reasoning, biological sciences, and physical sciences sections of the test.

* MCAT is a registered trademark of the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Miller Analogies Test

The MAT, officially known as the Miller Analogies Test, is a high-level test of mental ability and critical-thinking skills. The test is required by many graduate schools as part of the admissions process for a master's or a doctoral program. It also can be used as a basis for granting financial aid for graduate students. Some employers require the test when recruiting for jobs that require high levels of critical thinking and problem-solving ability.

Peterson’s Miller Analogies Online Practice Tests include:

• 3 full-length tests written by experts, 120 analogies each
• Explanations given for all questions
• Full score reported by number and percent correct
• Test overview, tips and strategies for success, information on how the exam is scored, and links to the exam-provider for registration and additional information

SAT Subject Tests
Students take the SAT Subject Tests to show colleges an understanding of specific subject areas in: English, history, mathematics, science, and foreign languages. The content of each test is not based on any one approach or curriculum but rather evolves to reflect current trends in high school course work.

Peterson’s SAT Subject Tests:

• Biology E/M
• Chemistry
• French
• Literature
• Math Level 1
• Math Level 2
• Physics
• Spanish
• U.S. History
• World History

Unique Features:

• Full-length tests written by experts
• Explanations given for all questions
• Full scores reported by number and percent correct.
• Test overview for all subjects