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NikeBuddy
03-14-2017, 12:57 PM
Hey guys, info is scarce out there. Anyone care to chime in, or PM for a heads-up would be great. How in depth are we talking on the math portion of the cog. test? Do I have to bone up on my Algebra:eek:

Recent interview experiences appreciated!


CFI2766
03-15-2017, 12:32 PM
Hey guys, info is scarce out there. Anyone care to chime in, or PM for a heads-up would be great. How in depth are we talking on the math portion of the cog. test? Do I have to bone up on my Algebra:eek:

Recent interview experiences appreciated!

Took it last year, I had the impression it hasn't been updated in years.. I wouldn't think any algebra study would be neccessary, its mostly multitasking simple tasks.. one hand playing pong with the arrow keys, while the other is finding synonyms for a word problem. There was a bunch of hand eye coordination tasks, i don't recall the math being too extreme, if so only a question or two. It just requires intense focus, I found myself mentally drained when done, but then again i didn't get much sleep the night before!

SD3FR8DOG
03-30-2017, 06:05 PM
What's the other parts of the process? All one day or they still make you come back for a second day down the line?

Seems pretty tough, any idea on pass rate?


NikeBuddy
03-30-2017, 11:18 PM
Still a 2 phase process. If you pass phase 1, you are given a CJO pending passing the 2 psych exams.



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