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### Algebra

### English

### Logic & IQ

### Mathematics

### Mechanical

### Medical

### Memory and Recall

### Reading and Listening

### Science

### Situational Judgement

### Social Studies

### Spatial Relations

### Red Seal Trades

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### Number and Quantity

#### Basic Math

The Number and Quantity section, or more commonly known as basic math, tests your ability use of numbers, differentiate between representations of numbers, and the associations between numbers. Also, understand mathematical operations, the relationship between operations.

**Questions may also include:**

● Scientific notation

● Factorials

● Create strategies solve problems

● Expressions with exponents or radicals

● Absolute value

● Improvise and use mathematical strategies

**Math Test Prep**

How to Study for a Math Test

Types of Word Problems

How to Solve Word Problems

Number Series Tutorial

## Algebra

**Basic Algebra includes**

Simple 1 variable linear equations

**Advanced Algebra includes:**

- Functions
- Trigonometry
- Inequalities
- Quadratics
- Polynomials
- Linear equations

### Geometry

#### Geometry

Area, perimeter, and circumference

Pythagorean geometry

Slope

### College Level Math

### College Level

#### College Level math includes

:

- Algebra
- Quadratics
- Polynomials and monomials
- Solution of equations with 1 and 2 variables
- Algebraic applications
- Trigonometry
- Functions
- Coordinate geometry
- Congruence
- Transformations
- Inequalities

### Statistics

### Basic Statistics

#### Statistics

Mean, Mode, Median

Simple Probability

Making inferences

## English Grammar and Punctuation

### English Grammar

#### Grammar

English Usage

Punctuation

Sentence Correction

Sentence Completion

Scrambled Paragraphs

### Reading Comprehension

### Reading Comprehension

#### Reading Comprehension

Standardized tests give a short passage, followed by questions. Questions include

- Making Inferences
- Summarizing
- Main Idea
- Author’s tone
- Author’s purpose
- Opinion vs. Facts
- Meaning in Context

### Listening Comprehension

### Listening Comprehension

#### Listening comprehension questions give an audio passage followed by questions. The audio passages can be from:

- Completing a practice task
- Solving a problem
- A Daily Life Conversation
- Listening for Information in a passage
- News Item
- A discussion
- Different viewpoints

### Vocabulary

### Vocabulary

### Basic Science

### Science

#### Science questions include:

- Chemistry
- Life Science (biology)
- Scientific Method
- Scientific Reasoning
- Physics

## Social Studies

### Social Studies

#### Social Studies usually covers:

- Economics
- Geography
- World history
- US history
- Canadian history
- US government and civics
- Canadian government

### Medical

### Medical

#### Medical related questions include:

- Anatomy and Physiology
- Pharmacology and Lab
- Medical Specialties
- Asepsis
- Medical Root and Prefix
- Medical Surgical and Diagnostic Procedures

How to Study Anatomy and Physiology

### Anatomy and Physiology

### Anatomy and Physiology

#### Anatomy and Physiology

Anatomy is the study of the structure and relationship between body parts. Physiology is the study of the function of body parts and the body as a whole.

### Logic and IQ

### Logic and IQ

#### Logic and IQ

Logic questions cover

- Sentence Logic
- Syllogisms

IQ Questions Cover

- Analogies (mathematical and verbal)
- Pattern driven (spatial and mathematical)
- Classification
- Visual
- Spatial
- Logical

### Practice

### Mechanical Comprehension and Spatial Relations

### Mechanical Comprehension

#### Mechanical Comprehension includes:

- Pulleys and Belts
- Gears
- Springs
- Levers
- Balancing Scales
- Gravity
- Acceleration
- Hydraulics
- Weights
- Magnetism
- Energy Types

- Friction
- Horseshow Magnets
- Pressure
- Pendulum
- Pivot Points
- Power Source
- Conductors
- Open and Closed Circuits
- Switches
- Series and Parallel Circuits
- Electrical load and Path

## Situational Judgement

#### Situational Judgement tests (SJT)

SJT give test candidates realistic, hypothetical scenarios and ask the individual to choose the most appropriate response or to rank the responses according to the most effective. SJTs can be pencil and paper, computer based, films, or audio. Situational Judgement tests are multiple choice.

## Spatial Relations

### Spatial Relations

#### Spatial relations questions

How an object is located in space in relation to some object. Questions generally include,

- Folding
- Rotating
- Blocks
- Cut-outs
- Jig Saw
- Assembly

## Memory and Recall

### Memory Practice

#### Memory Practice

Standardized tests like the RCMP or the Canada Post GAT have memory questions – there are 2 types

1 – Look at peoples faces, names, cars, etc. for a few minutes then answer questions

2 – Videos that flash numbers or shapes for 3 or 4 seconds that you must draw or copy down

### Spelling Practice

### Spelling

Practice and Rules

### Practice

### Red Seal Trades

### Red Seal

Plumber

Welder

### Practice

**Written by**, Brian Stocker MA., Complete Test Preparation Inc.

**Date Published:**Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

**Date Modified:**Tuesday, April 9th, 2024