Hand eye co-ordination tests are common in the Pilot selection process. The co-ordination practice test allows you to practice your ability to control a dynamic object using a joystick to assess your hand eye co-ordination. The assessment is commonly used as an initial test of physical skills and hand eye co-ordination to help to predict how well you will be able to deal with the physical tasks around training. Our practice test gives you the opportunity to hone those skills.
You will receive fifteen attempts at the Co-Ordination and Control Test which is a physical test and requires the use of a Joystick. The test has no set time limit but each attempt will take you around five minutes to complete. After purchasing you will have 3 months to complete all fifteen attempts of your practice test.
You will receive a report detailing how you have done on the test upon completion of each attempt.
This is a dexterity test and is designed to measure your physical and mental skills and provide an environment to practice and refine your performance, therefore each test can be repeated up to 14 times within the 3 month access period.
Once you have completed the secure online payment through Worldpay or Paypal, you will be sent a welcome email containing licence codes for the purchased tests.
The assessment is accessed by redeeming the licence code on our ADAPT platform. Simply login or register an account at https://adapt2.symbioticsltd.co.uk/login
The test can then be taken through the ADAPT platform. Once the test is completed, a report containing the results and how to interpret them will become available as a PDF download.
The report provides feedback about the Co-ordination assessment, with results provided in the form of a graph with normed sten scores and colour bands. You will get a report detailing your overall performance and improvement in relation to the comparison group.
The Co-Ordination assessment is a useful tool in helping to predict how well you will be able to deal with the physical tasks throughout your training. It measures both your current level of hand-eye co-ordination as well as your ability to efficiently improve your skills and adapt quickly to new and demanding environments. The stronger your performance and learning the more likely you will be to pick up new skills throughout your training. With this in mind any practice that you can do will position you well to do well in this test.
We recommend taking practice tests but also playing games that use a joystick, taking part in sports that will improve your co-ordination, playing a musical instrument or playing a game of catch, any activities that could strengthen your hand-eye co-ordination.