|Distinctive characteristics – First Nations cohorts|
The dates of the cohorts and the application deadline for the First Nations cohorts are different. For more information on the upcoming First Nations cohorts, please click here.
The entry tests of the Basic Training Program in Police Patrolling are comprised of two measuring tools, which require no specific preparation on your part and are intended to assess soft skills related to police work.
The 2-hour , the situational judgement test(99 KB) comprises several situations related to police interventions or police training. Each of these situations is followed by four statements describing four types of intervention. You must rank these statements from what you feel is the most favourable intervention to the least favourable intervention.
The M-Pulse(83 KB) is a psychometric test, which:
This test consists of 455 questions with 50 to 90 minute administration time. You will have to state how much you agree with each statement.
Consult the M-Pulse Inventory Scales(83 KB) Selected for the Admission to the Basic Training Program in Police Patrolling.
Your entry tests results for the 2021-2022 admission to the Basic Training Program in Police Patrolling (BTPPP) will be available on the student portal in January 2022 along with the admission decision.
If you are interested in receiving the report of your M-Pulse results, you may send a request to the Registrar’s office. The first official copy is free of charge and will be sent to you by email. A fee of $ 11.50 taxes included (rates to change without notice) will apply for a second request.
There is no report available for the situational judgement test.
During a recruitment process, if the police organization is requesting a copy of the report of the situational judgement test, you must provide the certification of the entry test results found on the student portal.
Following the receipt of your report of the psychometric test (M-Pulse) results, if you want some explanations and feedback regarding your results, you can ask to meet with a psychologist of the Centre d'évaluation des compétences et aptitudes professionnelles (CECAP), located at ENPQ. You must send a request to that effect to the Registrar’s Office.
The fees for the feedback meeting are the responsibility of the applicant and are payable at the time of his or her meeting with a psychologist from the CECAP.