"Cognitive Results"- Reviews

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"Cognitive Results"- Reviews

Postby gardinee1 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 9:26 pm

Hello!
I am looking for ways to study for the OACP and came across a site called "Cognitive Results"... anyone have any experience/reviews with this site or have used it?

Thank you very much

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Re: "Cognitive Results"- Reviews

Postby Wingman19 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:16 am

You don't need to practice for the OACP tests.

Find anything similar to the SIGMA test, practice the questions and just do it. Most services will make you do the tests again cause they're not gonna rely on a third-party result.

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Re: "Cognitive Results"- Reviews

Postby gardinee1 » Mon Mar 30, 2020 10:48 am

Wingman19 wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:16 am
You don't need to practice for the OACP tests.

Find anything similar to the SIGMA test, practice the questions and just do it. Most services will make you do the tests again cause they're not gonna rely on a third-party result.
Okay,
So just study the common subjects that are typically on most tests and go from there.

Thanks Wingman19

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Re: "Cognitive Results"- Reviews

Postby MLEOJokeShow » Wed Aug 17, 2022 9:09 am

Hi there. I just stumbled upon this post. Just wanted to share my experience as someone that is exploring a policing career using Cognitive Results.
I've been out of school for a bit, and my brain has rotted away doing bylaw. I defiantly would suggest anyone in my situation to take advantage of whatever help is out there to brush up on your skills. Do not let others tell you the test is easy, and no preparation is necessary. The SIGMA test is designed to sniff out your weaknesses and strengths to which only the police service your applying to can see.
As for the website Cognitive results I have mixed reviews. A lot of the content you will have to learn on your own with minimal direction. I found the math part she's good on coaching you, but again she explains it on a level where you should already know. I would like to see her break it down in simpler terms in her 3 minute videos.
PolicePrep.com is good too. They still have old content from the ATS days. But it still gets your brain moving.

Good luck to all the "mature" applicants giving it your last huzzah!


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