The CFAT is made up of three different sections
This is a verbal reasoning test that examines the applicant's ability to relate one word to another. It is a word relationships test, and questions used in this particular test are in the following format:
FAST is the opposite of?
This test is designed to examine the applicant's ability to decipher Form and Pattern. A shape (shape A) is presented, and you are asked to select which shape the original (shape A) can be manipulated into (via a pattern of movements). The shape is usually represented with broken lines to express where the shape is likely to be folded:
This tests the applicant's ability to solve problems of different kinds. You are not allowed to use a calculator.
Here are some problems you may encounter:
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