The Pati testing practice offered on Cognitive Results has passed 100% of the clients to date who have followed the complete program. We pride ourselves on creating fantastic preparation materials that work! We put the time in to make your life easier and more successful.
These are not banks of questions. They are specific tests created for the Pati. Plus you get academic support.
The pass rate has been 100% for Video Course clients who follow the program and do Complete Tests #4, 5, and 6 with 15 mins to spare, and no more than two errors per section.
- Bonus: Rcmp
- Bonus: Sspo (Sigma)
- Bonus: Math Concepts Tests
- Pati (1000+ questions)
- Wct (accurate scenarios/solutions)
- Bpad (accurate scenarios/solutions)
- Pati Arithmetic Tests
- Pati Word Problems
- Pati Syllogisms
- Pati Travel Time
- Pati Classification
- Pati Figure Series
- Pati Complete Timed Tests
- Structured program laid out for success
- Video Course (115 videos) - step-by-step teaching
- Correct difficulty and content
- Error free materials
- Complete solutions
- Unlimited attempts
- Academic support included
In order to be able to be a police officer in Ontario, Canada, you must first earn your Oacp certificate. Part of the Oacp requirements include the Pati, or Police Analytical Thinking Inventory.
The Pati tests three key areas to predict future performance:
- Deductive Reasoning - The ability to draw appropriate conclusions from information provided. Police officers are often required to make sense of evidence by drawing conclusions about its relevance and meaning. This is tested through the Syllogisms and Travel Time tasks.
- Inductive Reasoning - The ability to identify trends or common characteristics in a series of objects or information presented. Police officers often need to sift through seemingly disconnected facts and make judgements about how they fit together. This is tested through the Classifications and Figure Series tasks.
- Quantitative Reasoning - The ability to apply basic arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and fractions to solve problems. Police officers are required to apply arithmetic processes to determine rates of speed, stopping distances, etc. This ability is tested on the Word Problems and Arithmetic tasks.
Where I come in .... specialized experience since 2005 ... to help you
Don't be a statistic. Most applicants underestimate the PATI and waste months waiting to rewrite.
This testimonial is from a client who went through my process start-to-finish and ended up getting two job offers. An experienced officer at this point in the Toronto area, this client was skeptical upon signing up due to having purchased other prep sites' memberships. Most of my clients have come from other prep sites and are in the position of being cynical.
Thank you seems so inadequate right now. Thanks to your amazing materials and advice I passed my Eci with Hamilton (85% failure rate per my interviewers) today and I'm still in the thick of things with two other services as well!
For anyone reading this, you will not find better material than Gillian's to prepare you for this process from start to finish. As the saying goes, if you fail to prepare...prepare to fail. I can attest to this being a HIGHLY competitive and stressful process. Do not make it harder than it has to be, do not leave anything to chance, and do not think for a second that you'll find another site to better prepare you for this journey.
If you are serious about becoming a police officer and serious about not having to redo any steps in this journey, park your ego and let Gillian guide you. -C.B.