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About AT-SAT
Air Traffic Selection and Training (AT-SAT) is a pre-employment screening for FAA air traffic controller applicants. FAA AT-SAT test has to be taken by all applicants from the general public and students enrolled in the Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI).

AT-SAT test is an eight-hour, computer-based exam that comprises seven cognitive tests to measure aptitudes required for a career in air traffic control. Tests compiled in the AT-SAT screening battery are:

  • Air Traffic Scenarios Test
  • Analogy Test
  • Angles Test
  • Applied Mathematics Test
  • Dials Test
  • Letter Factory Test
  • Scan Test

To pass AT-SAT screening candidates have to attain a minimum score of 70 out of 100. Test takers with a score over 85 are considered exceptionally qualified. Cognitive tests of FAA AT-SAT screening are complemented by a psychological, experience-related questionnaire that does not contribute to score.

AT-SAT screening sites are located in all major US cities and near AT-CTI colleges. AT-SAT test may be retaken within one year after first screening regardless of score. Test scores remain valid for three years after screening.
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