Aloha from North Brissy
I have posted a couple of times but thought I should introduce myself
Sitting my cognitive testing on Feb 20th and due to my very ordinary lack of mathematical skill, I am freaking out a little. I just wanted to run a couple of things by anyone who has entered through VEP in regards to what the recruiting officer said at a seminar yesterday. She said atm, 50% on the cognitive testing was enough to get through and that you only had one shot at entry via VEP and if unsuccessful you would need further study to enter via general entry. Anyone know if these are correct?
I have plenty of time to study as I am not lodging my application until May so I don't want to rush in to the testing if I only get one chance at it but at the same time, I am hoping 1 month is plenty of time to study for these tests. Any help, info or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Jonesy, I sat my testing on the 10 Jan, just found out tonight that I was unsuccessful. That is correct that if you are not successful you have to apply though the PROVE entry. I am unsure of what is required for a pass, a gentleman asked when we were sitting our testing and they could not advise us. I have requested my results and asked what the standard was. Good luck with your testing in Feb.
G'day Joelz....sorry to hear that you didn't pass. I think someone mentioned in another post that 21/50 was a pass and the recruiter from QPS told me it was 50% so conflicting stories.
Thanks for the well wishes but I am not overly confident as my knowledge has dropped since I finished school 13 years ago but I guess the good thing is that I can do the Justice Admin 200hr course if the VEP application goes south. What's your plans now Joelz, undertake further study and apply through the general application?
**Nevermind....read your post in your thread**
Chin up, you will get there in the end
Last edited by Jonesy; 01-24-2012 at 12:21 PM.
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