Audio/Visual Test Training – WA Edition

Welcome to the training for audio/visual questions. These tests are designed to improve your written summary skills required for the audio/visual component of the selection exams. You will likely have only a short time to write during your actual testing. Use these tests as an opportunity to practice your hand writing. Then submit your response for feedback online after that.

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2016 Update: The audio/visual component of the WAPOL testing now includes short answer and multiple choice.

The pure writing element may now require a two page summary of why you would like to join the police and why you are suitable.

Because of the personal nature of this task, we are still providing feedback on ‘writing skills’ using the audio/video tasks below. These allow us to give you quick feedback on your writing skills.

Plus you will likely see improvement in your attention to detail and memory skills in noticing important information.

So please be aware that your actual writing topic may be on your interest in WAPOL as described above.

All the best with your preparation, John Ashburton.

briefcase2Video Writing Test #1

Watch this video ONCE ONLY and then provide a short summary of approximately 150 words. Once you have watched the video, allow yourself only five minutes to complete this task. For best practice complete this by hand and then type your response for final submission once your time is up. You may take notes during the video.

Please email your response to writing@policeprep.com.au with the subject heading: ‘WA Police Writing Test’

briefcase2Video Writing Test #2

Watch this video ONCE ONLY and then provide a short summary of approximately 150 words. Once you have watched the video, allow yourself only five minutes to complete this task. For best practice complete this by hand and then type your response for final submission once your time is up. You may take notes during the video.

Please email your response to writing@policeprep.com.au with the subject heading: ‘WA Police Writing Test’