The General Aptitude Test Battery, better known as GATB, is a series of tests designed to evaluate your aptitude in several fields:
The GATB is administered in a paper and pencil form with a 45 minute time limit.
ATS, the provider of GATB, works in collaboration with several large organizations. If you wish to be a TTC officer or a special constable in Canada, you will be required to take the GATB test. In addition, if you wish to work in AECL's nuclear industry, based in Chalk River, you will be required to pass the GATB as well.
If you succeed, your GATB test results remain valid for three years.
If you do not pass the test the first time, you must wait three months before retaking the test. If you do not pass it on subsequent attempts, you are required to wait at least six months before retaking the test.
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