Practice Questions for all sections of the Canadian Forces Aptitude Test
First, lets look at what verbal skills are. Verbal skills on 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 CFAT has 15 verbal skills questions to be completed in 5 minutes.
Spatial Ability (Visual Acuity)
The Spacial Ability section has three types of questions, all of which are graphical. One you are given a shape and you must choose what shape is possible if folded, or looped and joined. Another type is you are given a shape and you must choose the same shape rotated. Another type is you are given a 2-dimensional shape and asked to find same shape when folded into a 3-dimensional shape.