Canada's Revenue Agency Tests Preparation









We recommend all CRA applicants to practice the Korn Ferry Leadership Test PrepPack™, as it becomes CRA's most common assessment.

In addition, we recommend the following supplements:

For Collection Officer, use our Writing Skills Test and Accounting PrepPack™
For IT Developer, Tax auditor and Customer Service roles, use our CRA SJT-R Practice PrepPack™
For Management, Software Engineer, Team Leader and Agent roles, use our CRA SJT Management Practice PrepPack™

If you need more than one PrepPack™. our customer success team will add it to your account for no extra charge.

Preparation is the Key to your Success

The agency employs over 40,000 in a variety of positions, including costumer service, IT and software engineering, tax agents, and more. According to recent college graduates, the job market in general is very competitive, and the CRA is no different.

The various segments of the test ensure that you as a future employ will fulfill the core values of the company including professionalism, respect, integrity, and the ability to collaborate both within and without of the company structure.

So, let’s take a look and see JobTestPrep CRA PrepPack™ is going to help you overshadow the competition.


About the Canada Revenue Agency Test

The pre-hire test you will encounter at CRA, may be dependent on the position you are vying for. Let’s take a look at some of the different positions and their corresponding tests, so you can begin to prepare: We will begin with positions that demand specific tests and then move to towards the general pool of positions and their corresponding tests.


Here’s How JobTestPrep will Help You Pass

Since 1992, JobTestPrep has helped 10s of thousands of test takers pass their hiring exams, and we have only gotten better with time.

Our PrePack™ provides you with clear and conscience practice questions, coupled with in-depth answer explanations on every question, and real-timed test practice to boot. Not only do you become thoroughly acquainted with the test material, but you will also learn to test under real conditions. In essence the more you practice, the higher your score will be on test day.


Accounting Levels 1 and 2

When applying for an accounting position within the company you will have to pass a multiple-choice assessment. The level 1 test will include basic principles along with practices and techniques. Those seeking level 2 positions will have to be much more familiar with GAAP and Books of Accounts (the classification of economic activities.)


Auditing Levels 1 and 2

This interview process will also include multiple-choice tests on principles and techniques in auditing. Level 2 demands more knowledge and practice dealing with risk assessment, understanding of manuals, and accepted audit standards.


Tax Center Clerical

The ability to work in quickly and accurately in a methodological manner is crucial to the success of anyone in a clerical role. This test will will focus on basic math, application of information, language and grammar, error checking, coding, personality profiling and more.


Management and Recruitment

The situational Judgment Test (SJT) will slightly differ between management positions and for recruitment specialists, as the later will emphasis conflict management, work ethics, and client services, but both versions will include the following subjects.

Numerical Section: Questions might include, using a bus schedule to calculate the time travel between two points.

Logical Section: Questions may come in the form of incomplete pictures, whereby you will be tasked in filling in the missing piece via multiple choice.

Cognitive Section: In this segment question may focus on finding similar meaning embedded within paragraphs.

Personality Traits: These questions will delve into your personality to better understand how you will perform. For instance, are you a risk taker or a conservative personality; or perhaps you convince people to believe in your truth?


Test for other positions:

The agency has a wide range of other positions, too many to enumerate here, but here are a number of tests you may have to prepare for.

Behavioral Assessment Test

This test looks at behavioral factors that will affect your performance and ability to integrate and thrive in the company setting. Test questions will focus on dominance, extroversion, patience, and high formality.

Wonderlic Personnel Test

The Wonderlic test delves into your cognitive ability skills, including; problem-solving, instruction comprehension, skill-building speed.

Writing Skills Test

This CRA exam assesses your spelling, grammar, vocabulary, punctuation, capitalization, and sentence sequencing.

There is no doubt that strong writing skills is essential for almost every office position. From internal memos to outgoing emails, correct usage of spelling, grammar, and vocabulary are invaluable to any organization. 


The Rest of the Hiring Process

The first step in the process is setting up your profile, which has its own time clock of 14 minutes. Once you have created your online profile, you can choose which job you would like to apply for.

After taking the test, you will be invited to an interview, where you will be asked a lot of question regarding how you plan and implement project; interaction with supervisors and colleagues; about your other qualifications and how it impacts your future career plans; and more. In the event you are going for an entry position, be prepared to discuss any relevant background you may have.



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