Overview of Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test

The Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) is a general pre-employment aptitude test that measures problem-solving abilities, learning skills, and critical thinking. The CCAT practice test consists of 50 questions in logic, math, verbal ability, and spatial reasoning, and has a 15-minute time limit. This test is referred to as the CCAT and should not be confused with the CCAT-7 (Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test).

The Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) is often used as a pre-employment aptitude test that measures a candidate's aptitude, problem-solving abilities, skill learning capabilities, and critical thinking. CCAT is known to have a high correlation with various cognitive aptitude tests, for instance, the Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT).

  

How is this Practice Test Different from the Actual Test

For a full and complete understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, select full-length test preparation with 55 questions. A taste of the test is offerered in this free short test with 17 questions, which will give you a basic understanding of your level.

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