Air Traffic Selection and
Those who have what it takes to become Air Traffic Controllers will discover an important and
satisfying career with excellent pay and benefits. And the job outlook is good: the U.S. Department of
Labor expects the number of Air Traffic Controller jobs to increase in the coming years.
To become an air traffic controller for the FAA, you must graduate from an approved Air Traffic
Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) program. Prior to graduation, you will be required to take a
pre-employment test called the Air Traffic Selection and Training (AT-SAT) exam.
The LearningExpress AT-SAT Practice Exams offer Air Traffic Controller candidates the essential,
authentic practice they need to perform their best on every section of this most important test.
We offer online practices based on the content of the seven official cognitive AT-SAT tests: Analogies,
Angles, Applied Math, Scan, Dial Reading, Letter Factory, and Air Traffic Scenarios.
Each of the tests offer:
25-100 multiple-choice questions
According to the Bureau of Labor
designed to familiarize examinees
with the format and content of
the official test
The average salary for an air traffic
controller is around $122,000 per
Instant online scoring and year.
detailed answer explanations Depending on length of service, air
traffic controllers receive 13 to 26
The following AT-SAT Practice Exams days of paid vacation and 13 days
of paid sick leave each year, in
addition to life insurance and
Analogies health benefits.
Angles Air traffic controllers held about
Applied Math 25,000 jobs in 2007.
Scan The vast majority of air traffic
Dial Reading controllers are employed by the
Air Traffic Scenarios
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