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NAV Canada Stage 1

Most ATC (Air Traffic Control) applicants begin their journey by applying online. After you have completed the application, you will receive an email inviting you to participate in a Wonderlic test. The WPT-Q is a condensed 8 minute/30 question version of the full Wonderlic test. The question topics range from general knowledge, basic algebra, mathematical word-problems, verbal knowledge to logical questions. Most applicants consider this test easy. Thus, if you come across one of the more difficult questions, it’s best to skip and come back later. You will need to score between 25 to 27 out of the 30 questions correctly to pass. The number of correctly answered questions vary depending on how many people are applying for the ATC position.

Tip: Scribble down which questions you skipped to quickly return when you have reached the end of the exam.

Don’t strike out in stage 1. Ensure your success by practicing with us first!

 

 

NAV Canada Stage 2

Not everyone passes ATC stage 2. This stage is a difficult 8 hour day at an assessment center. Since you will be competing with other job applicants, the ATC assessment center does not happen all the time. Rather, after you have passed stage 1, it is possible to wait weeks or even months before you will be invited for the second round.

This stage is brought to you by FEAST, a group of tests that help ANSPs (Air Navigation Service Providers) that assesses and hire the most suitable candidates for air traffic jobs. In NAV Canada, FEAST is broken into two parts.

ATC FEAST Part 1: When you begin your day at the assessment center, you will likely spend a majority of the day in front of a computer. You will have to answer questions ranging from coordinate system, cube folding, big number comprehension, divided attention, heading conflicts, learning and applying rules to memorizing instruments, memorizing pictograms, planning ability, spot the side, and vigilance. After you have completed this, you will begin FEAST part 2.

ATC FEAST Part 2: This section is primarily focused on what you actually do as an air traffic control personnel. Thus, you will be answering questions that focus on dynamic radar, multi-control, mathematical questions, and strip display management. This section of the test is considered difficult and most will not pass.

Exciting News!

NAV Canada’s Stage 2 is currently under development! We are working hard to provide you with an accurate mock simulation of the real thing. By practicing this test, you are 73% more likely to land the job.

Let us inform you when NAV Canada Stage 2 is ready, leave your details below:

Remember, even after you pass stage 1, you may have to wait months before stage 2 is open for participation. So, why not wait for our test?

 


NAV Canada Stage 3

If you have passed ATC stage 2, you are among the rare few who do! If you are applying to the ATC position in Montreal, part of the assessment will be conducted in French. However, past ATC applicants have admitted that this section was not very difficult. The assessment center may include individual and group interviews, exercises with your peers and/or other simulations. The assessment center will last 2 days.

 

 

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