- What is the CCAT?
- What email address should I use to take the CCAT?
- Is it possible to re-take the CCAT after the initial attempt?
- If I apply for another position, do I need to retake the CCAT test?
- Can you share my CCAT score with me?
What is the CCAT?
The Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) is a pre-employment test that measures a candidate's aptitude; or ability to solve problems, digest and apply information, learn new skills, and think critically. You can find more information at our pre-employment testing portal.
What email address should I use to take the CCAT?
You should ALWAYS use the same email address you are applying with Crossover for any attempts. Failure to use the same email address will result in Crossover not evaluating or rejecting your application.
Is it possible to re-take the CCAT after the initial attempt?
Yes, however, we do not guarantee your subsequent attempts will be taken into consideration after our recruitment analysts have already evaluated your application.
If I apply for another position, do I need to retake the CCAT test?
It's up to you! If you are satisfied with your previous valid attempt (the first one after your application), we will use those results for your new application. You can still take the test though, and we will use those new results.
Can you share my CCAT score with me?
Because you have the opportunity to retake the test for additional applications and also to keep things fair across the board for all candidates, we are unable to provide CCAT scores or feedback on performance.