OAR Study Guide

WHAT COMES WITH TRIVIUM TEST PREP’S OAR STUDY GUIDE?

You probably think this is a typical study guide. However, Trivium Test Prep’s unofficial OAR Study Guide 2017 – 2018: OAR Test Prep and Practice Test Questions for the Officer Aptitude Rating Test isn't like other study guides. Because we know you value your time, our unofficial study guide includes a quick yet full review of everything on the test with real examples, graphics, and information. Trivium Test Prep’s OAR Study Guide 2017 – 2018 gives you the edge you need to score higher and pass the first time.

BEST OF ALL, TRIVIUM TEST PREP’S OAR Study Guide 2017 – 2018 OFFERS YOU:

  • A full review of what you need to know for the OAR exam

  • OAR practice questions for you to practice and improve and worked through practice problems with explanations

  • Test tips and strategies to help you score higher

  • Real world examples


OUR OAR Study Guide COVERS ALL THE MATERIAL THAT WILL BE ON YOUR EXAM, INCLUDING:

  • Math Skills

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Mechanical Comprehension

… and also comes with a FULL OAR practice test, so that you will be ready on test day.

But before you buy OAR Study Guide 2017 – 2018, you may find yourself wondering, what are the OAR-E and the OAR? Can I retake the OAR? How is the OAR administered? We are the OAR experts, and we are happy to answer all your questions below!


SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE OAR…

WHAT ARE THE OAR-E AND THE OAR?

The Officer Aptitude Rating (OAR) is a portion of the larger Aviation Selection Test Battery (OAR-E) test. The OAR-E measures candidate’s verbal and quantitative ability, mechanical understanding, spatial awareness, and knowledge of general aviation concepts. The OAR includes only the portions of the OAR-E that cover verbal and quantitative abilities and mechanical understanding.

The OAR-E is used to determine eligibility of college graduates desiring to become an aviation officer (pilot and first officer) in the US Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard. Individuals applying for nonaviation officer programs, such as Officer Candidate School (OCS), may only be required to take the OAR portions of the test.

The OAR-E is developed and monitored by the Naval Operational Medicine Institute (NOMI). The Educational Testing Service collaborated with NOMI to produce the exam in paper and computer adaptive test formats. The Naval Personnel Command and Commandant of the Marine Corps establish eligibility requirements.


CAN I RETAKE THE OAR?

There is a three-time lifetime limit to attempt the OAR-E. If a candidate wishes to retest, the date of retest must be no earlier than thirty-one days after the date the initial exam was taken. If a second retest is desired, the candidate may retest not earlier than ninety-one days after first retest.

Exam results of candidates who previously took the OAR-E (Form 1 through Form 5) do not count toward the three-time lifetime limit; however, those results remain valid until another OAR-E is taken.

Individuals who took the OAR-E for an OAR only may return within thirty days of the initial test to complete the OAR-E by taking the remaining subtests. This is called a test merge. In this case, candidates must wait until the OAR score is received prior to taking the remaining subtests. Additionally, even if the OAR portion was taken by paper format, the remaining test must be conducted using the CAT format. The date the candidate completes the remaining subtests is considered the official test date toward the three-time lifetime limit.

HOW IS THE OAR ADMINISTERED?

If you are ready to take the OAR portion of the OAR-E, contact your local recruiter. Your recruiter will determine your initial qualifications and schedule you to take the OAR-E. The location where you take the OAR-E will be decided when a test seat is available. Possible testing locations include Navy recruiting stations, NROTC units at selected universities, Marine Corps officer selection offices, and military institutes.

On the day of the exam, you will need to bring an identification card and your Social Security card to verify your identity. Testing materials are provided by the test proctor. Calculators are not allowed. If your recruiter drives you to the testing location, the recruiter cannot be in the testing room. Personal breaks are scheduled by the proctor, so be prepared to remain in the testing seat until dismissed.

WHY SHOULD I USE TRIVIUM TEST PREP’S OAR STUDY MATERIAL?

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