Last Updated on November 16, 2023
If you are interested in becoming a Naval Officer and are wondering about the Officer Aptitude Rating (OAR) exam score requirements for each Navy Officer job, then you have found your answer.
This guide provides the list of Navy OAR score requirements for all Navy Officer programs during Fiscal Year 2024.
I have compiled below the OAR score requirements for all Navy Officer programs that require it for application. These are sourced from officer Navy publications.
The jobs listed in the table below are only those that require applicants to take the OAR. All other Navy Officer jobs do not require applicants to challenge the OAR.
You may also find more detailed information in this Quick Guide: How to Become a Naval Officer, where you will find the actual step-by-step instructions toward this aim.
Contact your local Navy Officer Recruiter if you have further questions.
Click on each officer position in the table below to read the complete application requirements for that specific job.
Navy OAR Score Requirements
|Naval Officer Program||OAR Score Requirement|
|Surface Warfare Officer (SWO)||42 or higher, waiverable to 39|
|Naval Intelligence Officer (INTEL)||50 or higher, waiverable to 45|
|Supply Corps Officer (SC)||45 or higher|
|Public Affairs Officer (PAO)||40 or higher, waiverable to 37 (if GPA >3.0)|
|Aerospace Maintenance Duty Officer (AMDO)||45 or higher|
|Civil Engineer Corps (CEC)||45 or higher, waiverable to 40|
|Oceanography (OCEANO)||45 or higher|
|Cryptologic Warfare Officer (CW)||45 or higher, waiverable to 40|
|Information Professional (IP)||50 or higher, waiverable (if otherwise competitive)|
Also Read: Navy Officer Age Limit (Comprehensive List)
NOTE: These requirements may change without notice. Contact your local Naval Officer Recruiter for the most current Navy Officer program requirements.
For instance, those who are required to take the OAR are also required to attend the Navy Officer Candidate School (OCS) prior to commissioning.
Again, click on the officer positions in the table above to learn more about the specific requirements for that job.