The Army General Classification Test (AGCT) is a professionally developed IQ Test, and the predecessor to the AFQT. It boasts an incredibly high g-loading of **~0.925**, meaning its accuracy is on par with high level professional IQ Tests. This 40 minute comprehensive test evaluates verbal, quantitative, and spatial abilities.

The AGCT was developed by the US Army for the purpose of job assignment among soldiers, undergoing constant improvements and revisions over time to ensure its accuracy. Amassing a massive sample of more than 12 million soldiers, this transcends the samples of modern professional tests by over 5,000 times. This ensures that its norms adhere to the utmost rigor and is a reason why the AGCT format is regarded as one of the most accurate IQ tests ever created. Its questions are designed to minimize prior knowledge from education and culture, due to drafted soldiers being of all classes and lifestyles.

We've successfully recreated the AGCT in its original format using the most up-to-date norms and modern standard deviation, a considerable challenge. While the current AFQT/ASVAB testing system provides a percentile score, it's not a normed IQ test as it once was. This change likely stems from political reasons. At some point, legislation in many jurisdictions prohibited the use of pre-employment IQ testing, forcing institutions to abandon IQ tests in favor of achievement focused methods of measuring potential performance. However, scores from the AGCT are still psychometrically valid, being accepted for admission by Mensa, Intertel and other High IQ societies to this day.

After taking this test, we do require a $20.00 payment for your full score profile

For more information about the AGCT, check out the following link.

11. The organization of teams FOSTERS interest in games

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12. The captain gave a VIVID description of the camp.

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13. The new bomb sight is very EFFECTIVE

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14. The men were ASSEMBLED in the mess hall

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15. The smaller gun was PREFERABLE

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16. The ADMINISTRATION of the camp is handled by officers

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17. The company WITHSTOOD the rifle fire

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18. Big guns were UTILIZED in the attack.

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19. With which can Sergeant Jones buy the most? (A penny is 1 cent, a nickel is 5 cents, a dime is 10 cents, and a quarter is 25 cents)

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20. How many cartridges does a private have if he has 41 cartridges and uses 2 dozen of them?

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21. Private Black had 26 cartridges, Private Green had 3 times as many as Black, and Private Brown had 19 less than Green. How many did Brown have?

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22. The cost to the Army of installing a new windowpane is 75 cents. if the glass costs 23 cents and the putty 2 cents, how much does the time and labor of the glazier cost?

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23. Private Billings bought some books for $9. He sold them to his bunkmates for $10, making $0.25 on each book. How many books were there?

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24. Company A has 54 trucks in active service. Company B has only 1/6 as many, and one of these is broken down. How many trucks in active service does Company B have?

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25. If there are 20 cans of beans in a case, and a case costs $1.50, what is the price per can?

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26. What is the average number of rounds of ammunition fired per day if a machine gunner fires 231 rounds in 7 days?

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35. One man can IMPAIR the work of a whole squad

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36. EMPLACEMENTS for the guns were provided

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37. The trucks VEERED to the south.

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38. The soldier's HABILIMENTS were in good order.

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39. The TERRAIN was flat.

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40. The tank's speed EXCEEDED 30 miles an hour

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41. If there are 24 cans of peaches to a case, and a case costs $2.64, what is the price per can?

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42. How many cartridges does a rifleman have in each pile if he sorts 228 cartridges into 3 equal piles?

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43. Private A spends 45 cents a day at the canteen. Private B spends 38 cents a day at the canteen. How much more does A spend than B in a 7-day week?

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44. An airplane was assessed at $4,800. The rate of taxation was $3 per $800. How much were the taxes on the airplane?

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45. The perimeter of the square barracks is 140 feet. What is the length of each side?

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46. How many cubic feet of gunpowder will fill a bin 11 feet long, 7 feet wide, and 6 feet high?

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53. The fortress was ACCESSIBLE

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54. A good soldier is one without excessive EGOTISM

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55. A DETONATION was heard.

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56. The man was MANACLED and taken to the guardhouse

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57. He was UNWAVERING in his loyalty

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58. It was the officer's PREROGATIVE to give orders.

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59. The first regiment of Cavalry had 120 horses. The second regiment had only 70 percent as many. How many horses did the second regiment have?

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60. Private Jones spent 1/2 of his allowance on stationery, 1/8 on tobacco, and 1/4 on recreation. He still had $6 left. How much did he have originally?

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61. If 60 automatic rifles cost the same as 2 machine guns, how many automatic rifles can be bought for the price of 5 machine guns?

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62. How many cubic feet of earth must be removed to form a trench 6 feet deep, 5 feet wide, and 200 feet long?

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63. If a tank goes 150 feet in 10 seconds, how many feet does it go in 1/5 of a second?

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64. If the concrete curbing and gutter on a street cost $0.65 per running foot, what is the cost for the curbing and gutter on both sides of a road 500 feet long through a camp?

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71. The scout CACHED some food before he left

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72. VISUAL defects are not common among soldiers

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73. His high IDEALS made his friends like him.

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74. The bravery of every soldier was MANIFEST

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75. Smith received a COMMENDATION for his marksmanship

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76. The walls of the barracks were CALCIMINED

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77. A commission house which had already supplied 2,000 barrels of apples to a cantonment delivered the remainder of its stock to 30 mess halls. Of this remainder each mess hall received 50 barrels. What was the total number of barrels supplied?

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78. If a circle has 360 degrees, how many degrees of a circle graph would you shade to show that 20 percent of the men in the Army are officers.

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79. A car which two officers bought cost $350. Officer A paid 3/7 of the amount. How much did Officer B pay?

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80. A scout car goes 40 miles per hour on paved roads, and 25 miles per hour cross-country. How long will it take to cover 200 miles if 1/4 of the way is cross-country?

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81. If a strip of cloth 30 inches long will shrink to 28 inches when washed, how many inches long will a 75-inch strip be after shrinking?

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82. From four gun squads of 16 men each, 5/8 of the men in one squad are released, as are 1/2 of a second squad, 3/4 of a third squad, and 1/8 of the remaining squad. What fraction of the total number of men have been released?

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89. The soldier was INHERENTLY suited to his duties.

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90. The IMPACT of the bomb broke many windows.

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91. The duty was PRIMARILY a military one.

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92. His ATTAINMENTS as a gunner were well known.

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93. His job was to SYNCRHONIZE the firing of the guns.

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94. The camp ABUTS ON the highway.

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95. At a certain Army post there are 2,160 men. Of these people 1/2 are in the Engineer school, 1/3 in the Chemical Warfare School, 1/9 in the Quartermaster School, and the rest in the Infantry School. How many men are there in the Infantry School?

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96. If a scout car goes 300 feet in 15 seconds, how many feet does it go in 1/5 of a second?

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97. In a certain Army post there are 10,000 men, 8 percent of whom are commissioned officers. Of the commissioned officers, 60 percent are regular officers, the rest reserve officers. How many reserve officers are there in the post?

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98. How much would you have left if from 11 yards 2 feet 9 inches away you took away 7 yards 2 feet 11 inches?

Note: 1 yard = 3 feet, 1 foot = 12 inch

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99. If a replacement center is 20 percent full and is accommodating 2,500 men, how many men can be accommodated when it is filled to capacity?

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100. At a certain Army post there are 1,500 men. Of these 400 are in the Engineer School, 400 in the Chemical Warfare School, and 250 in the Quartermaster School. The rest of the men are in the Infantry School. What fraction of the men is in the Infantry School?

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107. The weight of the gun RESTRICTS its use.

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108. The officer was well known for his successful PROGNOSTICATIONS.

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109. Prive Smith's reputation was VINDICATED

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110. Private Jones found Army life ABSORBING

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111. The tactics of the troops were DECEPTIVE

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112. The original message from the signalman was FALLACIOUS

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113. A truck goes 6 miles per hour when traveling uphill, and 27 miles per hour when going downhill. How long will it take to go 90 miles if 2/5 of the way is uphill?

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114. A soldier spent 1/10 of his money for cigarettes and 5 times as much for postage stamps. he then had $0.52 left. How much money did he have originally?

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115. A barracks room 20 feet by 17 feet has a rug 15 feet by 10 feet. The space around the rug has an area of how many square feet?

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116. If it takes 12 men 5 hours to dig a trench, how many men are needed to dig it in 2 hours?

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117. An armored car travels at the rate of 50 miles per hour on paved roads. It takes 4 hours to make a trip of 150 miles, 2/3 of which was on paved roads and the rest on unpaved roads. How fast (miles per hour) did the car travel on unpaved roads?

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118. In digging a trench 800 yards long, two crews of workers started at opposite ends and worked toward the center. When the trench was completed, one of the crews had dug only 7/9 as much as the other. How much of the trench was dug by the faster crew?

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125. The platoon was DEPLOYED

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126. There was a sudden CESSATION of firing

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127. The sergeant had a STENTORIAN voice

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128. Bad weather AFFECTS airplane speeds

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129. The officer ABROGATED the order

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130. The scouts found a WEIR across the stream.

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131. A staff sergeant is instructed to travel from A to B, a distance of 450 miles. He goes by railroad for 3/5 of the way at an average speed of 50 miles per hour. The rest of the trip he goes by automobile for 30 miles per hour. Allowing 6 minutes for the transfer, how long did the trip take?

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132. How many minutes will it take to fill a tank by three pipes running simultaneously if each pipe running alone can fill the tank in 30 minutes, 45 minutes, and 90 minutes respectively?

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133. What will be the length of a camouflage area which is to cover 50,000 square feet of ground and is to be 5 times as long as it is wide?

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134. If cavalry post has enough oats to last 45 horses 144 days. how many days will the oats last 20 horses?

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135. Camp A has 3 times as many men as Camp B. Camp C has 5 times as many men as Camp B. Camp C has how many times as many men as Camp A?

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136. it takes 8 minutes for a tractor to travel 1 mile. The average speed of a motorcycle is 4 times that of a tractor. What is the speed of the motorcycle in miles per hour?

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143. The officer INSTILLED confidence.

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144. A HALCYON atmosphere pervaded the camp.

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145. He had A SUPERFICIAL knowledge of regulations.

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146. Camp A has twice as many men as Camp B, and Camp C has 7 times as many men as Camp B. Camp A has how many times as many men as Camp C?

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147. The sum of three angles of a triangle is 180 degrees. The angles are to each other as 1 : 3 : 5. What is the largest angle of the triangle?

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148. In a regiment of 1,800 men there are 144 corporals. If it is desired that 1 man in every 10 have the rank of corporal, what percentage of the regiment must be promoted to fill the vacancies?

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149. What is the area in square inches of a certain target, rectangular in shape, which is 8 inches long and has a diagonal of 10 inches?

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150. The clerk at headquarter can type 60 words a minute. How long will it take him to type 10 letters, 5 of which consist of 480 words each, the other 5 of 600 words each?

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1. The men did not MALTREAT the prisoners

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2. Smith ATTAINED the grade of sergeant

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3. The Army has increased in PERSONNEL

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4. Yesterday, Company A received 102 letters. Today, the company received 120 letters in the mail and 50 more in the second mail. How many letters were received altogether?

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5. The scale on a map reads 1 inch = 9 miles. How great a distance is represented by a line 7 inches long on the map?

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