We recommend that you prepare using this practice test (PDF, 335 KB).
It will give you an idea of the types of questions you will encounter on the real test.
We use the medical exam and fitness test to make sure that you are physically ready for military training and service.
The first part of the medical exam is a questionnaire on your medical history.
Once the results from the previous two stages have been finalized, you will be invited to your official job interview with a military career counsellor.
The application process is very competitive, especially for certain jobs.
You will have 10 days to either accept or refuse the offer.
Once you accept the offer, you will receive joining instructions which will include an invitation to your enrolment ceremony.
Both tests are administered by a trained, professional evaluator.You should be prepared to answer questions about past and current illnesses and medications, among other things.The second part is the physical exam, performed by licensed medical staff.1 July 1943 The second of two Canadian convoys departs Scotland en route to the Mediterranean.2 July 1885 Plains Cree chief Mistahimaskwa (Big Bear) surrenders to North West Mounted Police officers, ending the Northwest Rebellion.You are welcome to invite family and friends to attend.Once the recruiting centre has finished processing your application for the Reserve Force, the results will be sent back to your local Reserve unit.At the enrolment ceremony you will be officially sworn in as a member of the CAF.The ceremony honours the commitment you have made to Canada and to protecting and serving Canadians.Once we have processed your online application, a recruiter will contact you to schedule your aptitude test.The test will help us identify your strength areas in order for us to determine the type of job that’s best for you.