Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT)
This in-service equivalent of the ASVAB measures aptitudes and abilities necessary for a Marine’s or Sailor’s successful performance on the job and during formal school training. The AFCT is a computer-based exam and can take up to three hours. An authorization letter is required to test. Click here for an example letter.
Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB)
This exam is designed to aid in the selection of personnel for language school training. It measures individuals’ aptitude to learn a new language and is 82 minutes in length.
Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT)
This exam is designed to determine proficiency in a specific foreign language. College credit is recommended based upon level of proficiency. Specialized language testing can be requested if computer-based exams are not available. The DLPT is a computer-based and can take up to six hours to complete.
Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)
This test is conducted in the form of an interview via phone conversation for the purpose of measuring oral proficiency in a specific language.
Aviation Selection Test Battery (ASTB)
This exam is used in the selection process for all Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard aviation programs and other select officer programs and can take up to five hours to complete. The OAR (a portion of the ASTB) is also available.
Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE)
This exam is required for active duty Marines with a GT score of 99 and below prior to using TA for the first time. It is also used for lateral moves into counterintelligence or EOD.
All tests are by appointment only. Service members MUST be in uniform for all military testing. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please email FosterTesting@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org or call 645-3944/2469.