Corrections Canada Practice Test Questions

What’s on the Test

The CSC Corrections Officer Test has two sections Situational Judgement (SJT 318), and the Written Communication Proficiency Test (WCPT-351)

The WCPT test gives a series of short passages followed by multiple choice questions with suggested corrections.   Questions include:

  • Grammar
  • Punctuation
  • Re-Ordering paragraphs and sentences
  • Main Idea

Also Reading Comprehension

Situational Judgement Test consists of questions on the4 following topics:

  • Communication
  • Being a Team Player
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Building Relationships
  • Commercial Awareness
  • Customer Focus
  • Creative Problem Solving and Analytical Thinking

Canada Corrections Course

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  • Total Tests: 111
  • Total Questions: 2000+
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CSC Canada Corrections Test
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Reading Comprehension

Corrections professionals regularly read legal documents, regulations, policies, and reports. Reading comprehension skills are necessary to comprehend these complex documents accurately.

Corrections professionals frequently work with reports and case files related to inmates, incidents, and interventions. These documents often contain detailed information that needs to be understood and analyzed. Reading comprehension skills enable corrections professionals to extract relevant information, identify critical details, and draw logical conclusions.

Reading comprehension is closely linked to effective communication skills. Canada Corrections professionals need to read and comprehend written communications, such as emails, memos, and reports, from colleagues, supervisors, and other stakeholders. Understanding written material accurately, professionals can then respond appropriately, follow instructions, and convey information effectively.

Below is a list of the types of questions that may appear on the WCT.

  • Find facts and information in a passage
  • Identify the main idea
  • Identify secondary ideas


Grammar and punctuation clarify meaning and avoid ambiguity.  Corrections professionals follow grammatical rules and use punctuation correctly to ensure their responses are clear and unambiguous. Clear communication in a corrections setting where misinterpretations that can have serious consequences.

Corrections professionals need to communicate information, instructions, and reports clearly and concisely. A good knowledge of English grammar allows professions to express themselves accurately, follow established writing conventions, and convey messages effectively to others.

Misinterpretation and miscommunication can have serious consequences in a corrections workplace. Incorrect grammar and punctuation can lead to misunderstandings and confusion.

Types of questions that may appear on the test:

  • English grammar
  • English usage
  • Punctuation
  • Capitalization
  • Sentence structure – run-on sentences, fragments etc.

English Practice

Correcting Sentences and Passages (WCT format)

Additional Practice

English Usage – 15 questions
English Grammar – 20 questions
Punctuation – 12 questions

Situational Judgement

Canadian Corrections Test – Interactive Online Version

What You’ll Get
89 practice drills, 1350 Practice Questions

  • Personality test preparation
  • 12 Memorization & attention to detail tests
  • 18 Reading comprehension tests
  • 15 Preparing written material tests
  • 5 Applying written material tests
  • 8 Mathematics skills tests
  • 1 Counting test
  • Extra 15 mathematics skills, reading comprehension, and applying written material drills
  • 6 Study guides, fully detailed explanations teaching the simplest & quickest methods

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Date Published: Thursday, February 11th, 2021
Date Modified: Tuesday, May 30th, 2023

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  1. Jim
    August 25, 2022

    do you have more situational judgement? I really need help

  2. Anonymous
    January 10, 2023

    I am also looking for SJT questions. If you have any material, please share with me.
    thank you

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