Canada Post General Ability Test Practice Questions
Including, reading comprehension, basic math, address sorting, memory, visual and spatial intelligence and more!
The GAT reading section has 54 reading questions which includes reading comprehension and vocabulary questions.
- Drawing logical conclusions
- Make predictions
- Analyze and evaluate the use of text structure to solve problems or identify sequences
- Give the definition of a word from context
- Find specific information from a different types of communication (memo, posted notice etc.)
This section determines your ability to recognize patterns and diagrams from various dimensions or perspectives.
Memory and Recall
In this section you are given a list of people or cars, which you may review for 5 minutes, then answer comprehension questions. Another format is a short passage which describes an incident, which again you may study for 5 minutes, then answer comprehension questions.
The address sorting tests your ability to organize addresses alphabetically. Address sorting incorporates several parameters such as sorting according to names, locations, or intended destinations as well as the order mail is to be deposited into various addresses or dropped at various locations.
This section includes the ability to use search criteria such as name, city, state, ZIP code, street address among other parameters.