How To Get Higher Aptitude Scores And Save Time Doing It
Today’s topic is on aptitude testing for fire service recruitment within Australia.
In particular ways to beat the aptitude test, increase your score and end up in the correct section of the bell curve to ensure you meet the benchmark and are selected to move to the next section of the selection process.
The best part about this is you learn how to get higher aptitude scores and save time doing it.
When time is the most valuable commodity we have, this is worth thinking about
Just to be clear when I say aptitude test, I am referring to all cognitive ability, psychometric & aptitude tests, as these words are somewhat interchangeable and different fire services use different terms.
As I have mentioned before aptitude tests are one of the biggest stumbling blocks for aspiring firefighters and it can cost you 12 months or more out of contention for most fire services and in many cases you will only be allowed a small number of chances until you can no longer apply, very bad.
I have recently been working with a number of people through my 1 on 1 coaching on this exact issue. So I asked one of my students peter if he could write me a quick email on how he is finding the aptitude coaching.
As we are seeing great results with this, I wanted to make it available to all my readers, not just my coaching students. I have included details below if you want to increase your aptitude score quickly.
Here is Peter’s letter
It’s been many years since I completed high school and I was having real trouble with the various online aptitude tests. I was daunted by the challenge ahead and unsure of my chances of success.
Having an experienced guide to coach me gave me access to greater understanding, more methodical thinking and above all, the confidence to pursue my goals.
It has been great to receive one-on-one coaching that is tailor-made to suit my particular weaknesses and give me assistance with overcoming them.
I am glad that I found this service and believe it has improved my chances of achieving my goal. This has also increased my learning curve dramatically”
Peter Ikonompoulos S.A.
It was great to get this feedback from Peter to share with you. I have also received some new emails from students that have been successful recently utilising this as part of their strategy, you can check these guys out in my “emails from students area” blog
If you want to book in and use this strategy or have any questions feel free to contact me, leave a comment below.
I hope this has helped