Need help preparing for the Criteria Cognitive Ability Test (CCAT)? I’ve compiled a list of both free and paid resources to help get you up to speed by test day.
Here are a few free tests that closely resemble the CCAT for you to try. They aren’t all full length tests, but they still follow the question style very closely.
If you are looking for a bit more practice than what’s offered with the free resources, you may need to spend a little bit of money on one of these options. I’ve broken down what I think are the best options out there based on a few factors:
Some of the tests below are similar in nature to the CCAT, and may be helpful if you are just looking for some additional free practice.
The Wonderlic is a similar assessment that tests cognitive ability, so some question types are very similar and are useful for extra practice.
The PI Cognitive Test is another cognitive test that may be helpful in your preparation.