Taking the CFAT? Everything you need to know!
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Canadian Armed Forces Aptitude Test Qualification
You much be at least 17 years old, a Canadian citizen and completed at least grade 10 or Secondaire IV in Quebec.
The CFAT has 3 sections, Verbal Skills (VS), Problem Solving (PS) and Spatial Ability (SA).
Once accepted, you will start Basic Training, but you will want to start early.
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About the Canadian Forces Aptitude Test
Verbal skills in the CFAT are really just another name for vocabulary and analogies. The CFAT has four different types of verbal skills questions: synonyms, where you are required to choose a word with the same meaning, antonyms, where you are required to choose a word with the opposite meaning, and definition questions, where you are required to choose the definition of a given word.
The Problem Solving section has three types of questions, Word Problems and number Sequences
The Spatial Ability section gives graphics of expanded shapes and you must choose what the shape will look like when folded or unfolded. These are quite tricky if you are un-prepared!
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How this Study Guide is Organized 8
Verbal Skills (VS)
Verbal Skills Self-Assessment 11
Answer Key 22
Help with Building your Vocabulary 25
How to Answer Verbal Analogies 28
Problem Solving (PS)
Problem Solving Self-Assessment 36
Answer Key 44
Types of Arithmetic Reasoning Problems 51
Sequences Tutorial 59
Types of Number Sequence Problems 60
Strategy for Answering Sequence Questions 63
Spatial Ability (SA)
Spatial Ability Self-Assessment 67
Answer Key 71
Practice Test Questions Set 1
Answer Key 96
Practice Test Questions Set 2
Answer Key 129
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