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Im due to do my RAF CBAT test soon as was just wondering if anyone knew the highest mark achievable, I need to attain 100 marks but didn't know what it was out of?
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Im due to do my RAF CBAT test soon as was just wondering if anyone knew the highest mark achievable, I need to attain 100 marks but didn't know what it was out of?
It's not marked like that. Each section has different weightings and you'll get different questions depending on what role you're going for.

It's more like an IQ test than an exam.
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It's not marked like that. Each section has different weightings and you'll get different questions depending on what role you're going for.

It's more like an IQ test than an exam.
okay thanks, so does everyone sit every test or do you only get the tests relevant to the role you're going for?
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okay thanks, so does everyone sit every test or do you only get the tests relevant to the role you're going for?
You should only get the tests relevant to your roles, but they've been designed so that a lot of the tests apply to a lot of the roles, but they'll be scored differently.
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Im due to do my RAF CBAT test soon as was just wondering if anyone knew the highest mark achievable, I need to attain 100 marks but didn't know what it was out of?
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Which role have you applied for?

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It’s out of 180. However you also achieve gradings out of 9 that are weighted differently depending on the role.

Therefore knowing the marks you require makes absolutely zero impact on your test!
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Hello,I’ve applied for WSO Thanks
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IIRC; when I sat my tests for WSOp - I finished around the same time as Pilot/WSO candidates did (maybe I was just slow 🤓).

I think the invigilator mentioned there were two batteries of tests - one which was the full set of tests and the other had slightly less tests.
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Hello,I’ve applied for WSO Thanks
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You shouldn't worry about scores, concentrate on the test itself and you'll be advised on your options accordingly afterwards. If you focus on trying to achieve a score then you won't be focused on the tasks at hand and that's not the point of a test of your aptitude.

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