SHUPirate1 From United States of America, joined Sep 2003, 3670 posts, RR: 15 Posted (8 years 1 week 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 8390 times:
Quote: Congratulations, you have been selected to take the Air Traffic Selection and Training (AT-SAT) test in the subject city (Miami). The test will be administered for the FAA by Robinson Aviation (RVA), Inc. We plan to administer this one day test between 9/17/2007 to 10/1/2007. In order to ensure a slot in the test, contact the AT-SAT Program Manager John Smith, (123) 456-7890 or reply to this email with you current address and phone number not later than 8/24/2007. Alternate location may be available by calling (123) 456-7890. The available alternate locations are Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Portland Me, Nashua NH, Harrisburg PA.
If anybody is familiar, what can I expect to be tested about, and what else can I expect? Thanks in advance!
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Dinker225 From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 1077 posts, RR: 17
Reply 2, posted (8 years 1 week 1 day ago) and read 8259 times:
Good Luck on it. From your post it sounds like your an off the street hire. I took the AT-SAT 2 years ago. I was the first group of people to take the AT-SAT instead of the OPM test. Expect your brain to feel like mush after. It's a test that they give you 8 hours to take. When I took it, they video and audio taped those testing it. It didn't take me 8 hours. Nor did it take anybody else in my testing group 8 hours. If I remember correctly it took me approximately 5 hours to take and that was with the breaks they offered up.
The beginning is very easy. Angles, dials and so on. Just take a close look at them and you'll do fine. I don't remember exactly what else was on it. I know the letter factory was both fun and frustrating. It randomly stops the letter factory and asks you questions like "Assuming you placed all the letters correctly, what letter would complete the purple box?" So pay close attention to those. The experience questions at the end were simple. The analogies were pretty easy too.
My biggest recomandation would be to get a good nights sleep the night before. If you have any more questions let me know. Good Luck
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