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

Complete preparation package to get you ready for these tough tests. Start practicing today for success.

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

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


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: Thursday, January 26th, 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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