Civil Service Exam

Civil Service Exam Practice Test

The Civil Service Exam is a competitive eligibility test required of some, but not all, government candidates. The exam is used by federal, state, and local governments to determine the ranking of candidates on a merit system. Not all civil service positions require the exam, but those that do require an applicant to pass the … Read moreCivil Service Exam

CJBAT Test

CJBAT Practice Test

The purpose of the CJBAT system is to evaluate whether or not the candidate has the fundamental skills necessary to serve as a law enforcement or correctional officer. The law enforcement and correctional officer exams are administered using paper/pencil and via computer. Each test is 2.5 hours long and consist of 120 questions. If you … Read moreCJBAT Test

MPRE Exam

The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination is currently a paper-based exam, but will change to computer-based in August 2019. It consists of 60 multiple-choice questions. Of the 60 questions, only 50 will count toward your score. You are given two hours to complete the exam. For candidates who require special testing accommodations for conditions covered by … Read moreMPRE Exam

OAR Exam Review

OAR Practice Test

As you prepare to take the Aviation Selection Test Battery (ASTB-E) Officer Aptitude Rating (OAR) exam, this article will give you a glimpse ahead to the things you’ll need to know to prepare for a successful testing experience. As you read on, you’ll see details on exam registration, testing fees, things to bring with you … Read moreOAR Exam Review

ASTB-E Practice Test

ASTB-E

The Aviation Selection Test Battery consists of seven subtests, administered online, and is used for choosing candidates for the Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard that are suitable for pilot and flight officer training programs. The main requirements for being eligible to sit for this exam include being between the ages of 19 and 35, having … Read moreASTB-E Practice Test

FSOT Exam

FSOT Practice Test

To be eligible to take the FSOT, which is computer-based, you must be a U.S. citizen who is at least 20 years old, and no more than 59 years when registering. Additionally, you must be a minimum of 21 years old and no older than 60 when appointed as an officer. You must be willing … Read moreFSOT Exam

ASVAB Practice Test

ASVAB Practice Test

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is an exam utilized by the Armed Forces to determine if an individual is qualified for enlistment in one of the branches of the military. High school and college students can also take the ASVAB as a part of a career exploration program. Taking the ASVAB in school … Read moreASVAB Practice Test

AFQT Test Review

The AFQT Test: What is it, How is it Administered, and How is it Scored? Anyone who is planning to enlist in the United States Armed Forces should be familiar with the military’s standards and screening processes. An important part of this screening process is the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT), which is a subsection … Read moreAFQT Test Review