Western Australia Police Entrance Evaluation (PEE) Practice Tests

Western Australia Police Entrance Evaluation (P.E.E) Practice Tests
Our Western Australia Police Entrance Evaluation (PEE) Practice Tests
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About Western Australia Police Entrance Evaluation (PEE) Test

1. Test Components 

As part of the application process into Western Australia Police, you must pass the Police Entrance Evaluation (PEE). If you do not pass the PEE you will be invited to reapply after six months. 

The PEE is made up of three assessments: 
  • Audio and Audio/Visual 
  • Verbal Reasoning 
  • Abstract Reasoning 
The PEE is conducted under normal exam conditions and takes approximately two hours to complete. 

Before the assessment commences, you will be provided with instructions, paper, pencils and erasers. No books, dictionaries, notes, writing paper, calculators, calculator watches or other aids are allowed to be taken into the room. 

The length of assessments differs with each containing different types of questions. Although most applicants are able to complete the assessments, some applicants do not finish all the questions in the allocated time. For this reason it is important that you work quickly but accurately. If you cannot decide which is the correct answer, leave the question and go back to it later if you have time. 

2. About Verbal Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning Sections

The Verbal and Abstract reasoning tests are designed to measure these abilities as demonstrated by the capacity to think logically, see relationships and solve problems. The tests are primarily intended as a measure of general cognitive ability for selection into occupations that involve a moderate to high level of demand on reasoning ability, and for other purposes where the ability to think clearly is involved. 

The reasoning tests are multiple choice format for the Verbal and Abstract reasoning. 

It is recommended that you work steadily through the test. It is not advisable to spend too much time on any one question. Try each question as you come to it. Answer the questions you find easiest first. If you find a question is too difficult, leave it and come back to it later if you have time. 

For the Verbal and Abstract reasoning read through all the alternative answers to a question, even if you think the first one is correct, before marking your chosen response. If you think you know the answer to a question, mark it, even if you are not certain. Go on to the next question and come back later if you have time. 

VERBAL REASONING 
The verbal reasoning assessment tests your ability to think, reason and solve problems in different ways by use of language. It aims to examine your ability to think constructively, rather than assessing only simple fluency or vocabulary recognition. Questions range from defining words, providing synonyms and recognising antonyms, through to identifying the underlying meanings of common words, phrases and sentences.

ABSTRACT REASONING 
Abstract reasoning tests your ability to analyse information, learn and assimilate new concepts, and apply knowledge to solve problems on a complex, thought-based level. The questions involve identifying patterns and similarities between shapes, figures and diagrams presented in visual form. Abstract reasoning is therefore not dependent upon previous experience or learned verbal or numerical ability. 

(Source: Fact Sheet PEE Examples, WA Police Recruit, stepforward.wa.gov.au)

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