Strength testing in the Air Force current processes and suggestions for improvements
Since 1987, the Air Force has used the Strength Aptitude Test (SAT), a test of physical strength that uses the incremental lift machine, to screen and classify enlisted personnel into career specialties. In this study RAND evaluated the usefulness, validity, and fairness of the SAT--something not do...
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- sample and screener
- Survey results: actions and movement type
- Conclusions and recommendations
- Appendix A: AFSC codes and career field specialty names
- Appendix B: Additional details on the process currently used to establish SAT cut scores
- Appendix C: LNCO and recruit interview questions
- Appendix D: Tabular overview of survey
- Appendix E: Responses to open-ended survey questions
- Appendix F: Population and sample characteristics for strength requirements survey
- Includes bibliographical references