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What is included…

  • Full access to all PATI learning material including:

  • Math-mathematics (addition, algebra, fractions, averages, percentages, etc.), Math word problems, Syllogisms, Mapping questions, Classifications of images, Image series,

  • Multiple fully timed and scored practice tests, with complete detailed solutions & explanations.

  • 3 full practice PATI exams with endless attempts

Plus extras

  • Written Communication Test (WCT) practice tests & study material,

  • B-PAD practice videos

  • The Police PREP 20 meter BEEP test,

  • Home run cover-letter and resume templates

  • Money back Guarantee

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The PATI Test is a standardized test that is used in the initial screening of potential police applicants.  The PATI Test is just one of several tests to complete in order to obtain your certificate of results.  The test will take 1.5 hours to complete, and is written using a test booklet and pencil. Questions include math, mapping, image series, and syllogisms.  The test is designed to test your ability in deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, and quantitative reasoning.

Validity Period: A successful result on the PATI remains valid for a period of three (3) years.

Re-Test Waiting Period: The first time a candidate does not meet standard with the PATI, they must wait a period of three (3) months from their test date before they can make another attempt.  Candidates who have not met standard on subsequent attempts must wait a period of 6 months before they can test again.

Where a successful PATI result is due to expire, a candidate may rewrite within 2 months prior to the expiry date, or anytime afterwards.  Please note, that if a candidate chooses to rewrite before their expiry date, the most current results will override any previous results.

When no corrective lenses are needed, you must be able to see 20/20. When corrective lenses are needed, you must be able to see 20/40 without the lenses.

For a full list of vision requirements:  ATS Vision Requirements 

Assessment Administration: This assessment procedure takes about 10-20 minutes to complete.  If you wear any corrective lenses (glasses, contacts) you must bring them with you to the test centre, and be prepared to remove contact lenses or eyeglasses during this assessment.

Validity Period: Successful applicants will have their vision re-assessed every three (3) years or upon the retesting of an expired BPAD.

For each ear, pure-tone thresholds measured under audiometric earphones shall not exceed 25 dB HL at 500, 1000, 2000, 3000 & 4000 Hz.

If you are unsuccessful with the first stage, you will move on to stage two of the hearing assessment.
For Stage Two, you will undergo the Hearing In Noise Test (HINT) under headphones.  This is a test of your ability to understand speech in Quiet and in Noise.  To be successful with this test, you must meet the screening critera in Quiet of 35 dB SRT or less and the screening critera in Noise Composite of -4.4 dB SNR or more negative.

Assessment Administration: This assessment procedure takes up to 45 minutes to complete.

Validity Period: Successful applicants will have their hearing re-assessed every three (3) years or upon the retesting of an expired BPAD.

Referrals: Those who do not meet standard on the second stage of the hearing assessment will be referred to the Ministry approved Audiologist for further testing.  Reimbursement may be available through the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

Each Police Service is free to use their own interviews or the ECI as created by the Ontario Chiefs of Police Association and the Constable Selection System.

In most cases, you will be asked to complete a Developmental/Local Focus Interview, and/or and Essential Competencies Interview.

For the Developmental/Local Focus Interview, you will be asked questions based on – Information Seeking, Concern for Safety, Assertiveness, Initiative, Cooperation, Negotiation/Facilitation, Work Organization, Community-Service Orientation, Commitment to Learning, Organizational Awareness, and Developing Others.

For the Essential Competencies Interview, you will be asked questions based on – Analytical Thinking, Self-Confidence, Communication, Flexibility/Valuing Diversity, Self-Control, Relationship Building, Achievement Orientation, and Medical/Physical Skills and Abilities.

Applicants who are unsuccessful in the ECI, will be permitted a second such interview only after a waiting period of 3 months from the date of the first interview, and after a 6-month period each attempt thereafter.

A psychological assessment is required to ensure that every potential job applicant is without significant psychological difficulties that might impair his/her ability as a Police Officer.

The applicant is required to complete a questionnaire (MMPI-2 RF), which inquires into how the candidate thinks, feels and acts. The subject matter focuses on many personal issues. They will also be asked to complete a personality test (16-PF).  In most cases the applicant will then follow up with a personal interview with a psychologist.

An important thing to remember is to answer with your gut instincts. Do not read into a question or hold yourself out as being more favorable than you are, as it will invalidate your test.

Unsuccessful applicants must wait one year to repeat the psychological assessment.

All Police Officers hired in Ontario must attend the Ontario Police College after being hired.  The OPC new Constable program runs 3 times a year.  All Police Services will hire new officers for these 3 starting dates.  January, May and September.

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  • Fully responsive so your course will always look good on any screen size

  • 3 awesome practice PATI tests increasing in difficulty  

  • Fully randomized sections to continue to develop your skills

  • Material covering all 6 core areas of study

  • Up-to-date content that will ensure you are ready

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Preparation for the PATI test should include a strong understanding of various skills. Our practice exams help you hone these skills.

A critical skill for Police officers is Quantitative Reasoning: The ability to apply basic arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions to solve problems.

ATS will test this through Word Problems and Arithmetic Tasks.

Deductive Reasoning: The ability to draw appropriate conclusions from information provided. As a police officer you will be expected to listen and understand several versions of an occurrence and make decisions based on that information.

ATS will test this through the Syllogism and Travel Time tasks.

Inductive Reasoning: The ability to identify trends or common characteristics in a series of objects or information presented. As a Police officer, you will face the challenge of deciding what belongs, what is truthful and what does not belong or fabricated elements. Making a logical, informed and immediate conclusion based on facts presented will be required. 

ATS will test this through the Classification and Series Completion tasks.

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