I Built this Website to Help You Pass the FRV Aptitude Test.

G’day, my name is Luke and I Built this Website to Help You on Your Path to Becoming a Firefighter for Fire & Rescue Victoria. How? By Offering Multiple Full-Size Practice Tests to Help You Better Prepare & Pass the FRV Aptitude Test.

About - FRV Aptitude Practice Tests

Complete Online

Complete on your phone, tablet, desktop/laptop with instant results, explanations, randomised questions & timer including providing you the same setup as the assessment.

Full-Size Practice Tests

All tests have a range of different types of questions for each section (abstract, verbal, numerical & mechanical) allowing you to practice on a variety of different skills required to correctly answer the questions.


Instant Access

Online exams are emailed to you within 5 mins, allowing you to start practicing straight away.

Difficulty Levels

All tests have a range of difficulty levels, helping you to identify your strengths & weaknesses.

Explanations Provided

Explanations are provided for each section plus I am happy to help you with questions you may have or if you get stuck on a question.

Support Local Business

After creating aptitude tests for other services such as for the VICPOL, AFP QLD Police, helping thousands of recruits like yourself, I’ve now done the same for the FRV.

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All payments are made through Paypal with either your Paypal account or credit/debit cards = quick & easy payment through a trusted provider.

Money Back Guarantee

I’m confident these exams can help you & understand trust is hard to build online these days so if you’re not happy for any reason, I offer a full refund. 

Unlimited Access

Complete the FRV Aptitude Practice Tests as many times as you wish. 

The Problem with the PearsonVue Practice Tests

After sitting entrance tests for 6x different organisations, I know the practice questions provided by PearsonVue are not that similar to the questions found on the entrance test. Which, to say the least, is frustrating! 

The practice questions found on this website are based on those 6x different entrance tests I’ve sat. They will provide you with a wide range of questions, covering many different skills and combined with the answer explanations, will help you prepare for the FRV entrance test.   



“I want to give a huge thanks for making some affordable practice materials for the entrance test, it was really helpful leading up to my test (which I did really well in). Your exams coupled with the like for like ones from the SHL website really created a great practicing environment, I believe set me up for success. So, thank you!” – Jacob

How to Access the FRV Practice Tests?



Select the practice exams below that best suit your needs, either individual or the combo package.


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FRV Aptitude Practice Tests 2024

The practice tests provide a wide range of questions with different formats to help you prepare for the entrance test. Questions are shown in a random order, explanations are provided as well as a timer.


Combo Package

– 5x Abstract Reasoning (25 Qs each)
– 5x Verbal Reasoning (25 Qs each)
– 5x Numerical Reasoning (25 Qs each)
– 3x Mechanical Comprehension (55 Qs each)
– Answers & Explanations Included

Individual Fire & Rescue Victoria Practice Tests

Abstract Reasoning

– 5x Practice Tests
– 25 Questions Per Test
– Includes Answers & Explanations
Sample Questions

Verbal Reasoning

– 5x Practice Tests
– 25 Questions Per Test
– Includes Answers & Explanations
Sample Questions

Numerical Reasoning

– 5x Practice Tests
– 25 Questions Per Test
– Includes Answers & Explanations
Sample questions

Mechanical Comprehension

– 3x Practice Tests
– 55 Questions Per Test
– Includes Answers & Explanations
Sample Questions

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I’m proud of these practice exams and I am 100% confident they will help you pass the entrance exam. If you’re not happy with your purchase, send an email, and you’ll receive a full refund within 24 hours.

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Take a Free Sample FRV Aptitude Practice Test

Have a go at answering some sample questions from my FRV Aptitude Practice Tests. Sample tests include answers, results and timer. No sign up required.

Verbal Reasoning
Abstract Reasoning
Numerical Reasoning
Mechanical Reasoning



“Thank you for touching base with me. The content is amazing and its really going to give me that extra boost I need to pass. Thank you so much I’ll make sure to shout out if i need any assistance. Thanks. – Nelson”


“I actually did so much better than I expected, I really surprised myself. I actually don’t have any feedback on how you could improve the tests or website, your tests were exactly like the test which was super helpful. Thank you so much again” – Stacey

FAQs - FRV Entrance Test

About the Entrance Exam – General Info

  • There are 4 sections to complete; Abstract, Verbal, Numerical & Mechanical Comprehension
  • All questions are multiple choice.
  • No calculators are allowed.
  • Abstract Reasoning:  25x Questions – 20 Minutes to complete
  • Verbal Reasoning:  25x Questions – 20 Minutes to complete
  • Numerical Reasoning:  25x Questions – 20 Minutes to complete
  • Mechanical Reasoning:  55x Questions – 25 Minutes to complete
  • Only the highest ranking 750 candidates will progress to the Group Assessment stage of the selection process.

How Similar Are My Practice Questions?

The practice questions on this website have been created based on a number of different entrance exams for 6x different professional services including; Victoria Police, Federal Police, WA Police, Queensland Police, NZ Police; NZ Defence and NZ Firefighters. 

I’ve sat the entrance exam for most of these organisations and then created practice questions for each service based on them. 

I have found sitting entrance tests, the practice questions provided by the test provider such as PearsonVue, Acer, SHL etc, are not like the questions found in the entrance test. 

The practice questions on this website cover a variety of different formats, difficulty levels and require different skills to answer them. They will help familiarise you with different question formats, and with the answer explanations, help you identify any weaknesses and build upon your strengths, ultimately, preparing you for the entrance test . This I am very confident with.

Regardless of the organisation, aptitude tests are quite similar in nature. After taking 4x different entrance tests for different organisations, I can say with confidence, it is best to prepare by taking a wide range of questions/practice tests, invest the time to identify your weaknesses and then just keep practicing to improve those weaknesses.

What Skills Do I Need to Know?

All abstract reasoning questions require you to quickly identify the pattern/rule of the sequence of shapes shown and then use that pattern/rule to fill in the missing configuration. Practicing on any abstract reasoning questions will help improve you ability to answer these types of questions .

Verbal reasoning (or deduction) questions show you a piece of written text. Your job is to read and understand it, and then use that info to answer a question.

Word Relationship Questions


Study Guide - How to Get the Most Out of the Combo Tests

Quick summary:

  • Completing the practice exams over and over again in the same day loses it’s benefits so avoid doing this.
  • Spread your practice across multiple days/weeks.
  • The tests are designed so it’s difficult to answer all the questions within the time limit. If some questions look too hard or are taking too long to answer, take a guess and move on.
  • The more time you put in to prepare, the better chance of getting a higher mark.

Step 1: Start with the 1st Combo Full Test

  • Make a note of the date and score you received.
  • Don’t look at the explanations yet
  • Think about your approach; were you trying to answer all the questions and rushed some answers? Did you feel like you spent too much time on some questions and should have moved on sooner? Take note about how your approach went what you could do to improve.

Step 2: Determine What Your Strengths & Weaknesses Are

  • Work out how many correct answers you had for each section by tallying up your correct answers and take the percentage.
  • What sections did you do well in? What sections require improvement?
  • If you passed all sections with ease, you’re in a good place to pass the entrance test. If this is you, I would recommend waiting at least a day before taking the second combo test. Why? After the first test, your nerves will probably be settled and you don’t want that. You want to feel some pressure while taking each test, so you can then work on becoming comfortable with that pressure.
  • If you have weaknesses to improve, read on:

Step 3: Improve Your Weaknesses

  • Take the 1st individual test of your weakness. Note: the questions will be the same as the combo test, which is why I said NOT to look at the explanations above.
  • Take note of your score and compare it you the same section of the combo test.
  • Any questions marked incorrect, take the time to understand where you went wrong. This is the important step! If an explanation doesn’t make sense, email me and I’ll try to help further.
  • Once you have looked through the explanations and understood where you went wrong, repeat the #1 individual test (the one you just took).
  • If you scored higher, great work. If you scored the same or even lower, you have to ask yourself what happened. Where did you go wrong? You have to take the time to dig deeper and see where you went wrong.
  • If you struggled with other sections, then repeat above.

Step 4: Take the 2nd Combo Test

  • Make sure NOT to take the 2nd combo test on the same day as the first (see above for why).
  • Take note of the date you took the test and your score.
  • Again, break down your score as a percentage for each individual section of the test.
  • Compare your results to the 1st combo test.
  • Evaluate how you went.

Step 5: Take Stock of Your Situation

  • Did you improve your overall score compared to the 1st combo test.? Did you improve your individual section score compared to the first time?.
  • If you did not, you need to repeat steps 2 & 3 for the 2nd combo test.
  • You have one more full test to take, so take it when you have put in the time to understand where you are going wrong.
  • If you then do not pass the 3rd combo test, you may need to think about other options to improve your situation. Do you know someone who can help you improve? (go through the questions you are struggling with) or Maybe get a tutor?
  • If these options are not available, then keep going through my practice tests and I would also recommend, sourcing other aptitude tests to further practice on.

Why I Created FRV Aptitude Test Practice

My name is Luke and I built this website to help recruits like yourself who are on the path to joining VIC Fire & Emergency.

How? By Offering you extra practice material specific to the FRV Aptitude Test at an affordable price.

By offering extra practice exams, it gives you the opportunity to build upon your strengths, work on and improve any weaknesses you may have and finally, to take the entrance test with more confidence.

How did I get the idea to create this website?

Back in 2018, I applied into the Victoria Police (see results left) and later withdrew my application. However, after sitting their aptitude test, I realised there was an opportunity to help other candidates who were in a similar situation to me when I prepared for the test; they wanted extra practice with similar questions to the official aptitude test.

Since then, I created a series of practice exams for the following organisations: Victoria PoliceAustralian Federal PoliceWA Police, QLD PoliceNSW Firefighters and QLD Firefighters, NZ PoliceNZ Fire Fighters, and the NZ Defence Force., helping thousands of recruits like yourself pass their entrance test.

Over that time, I’ve received some great feedback such as from Jacob:

“I want to give a huge thanks for making some affordable practice materials for the entrance exam, it was really helpful leading up to my exam (which I did really well in). Your exams really created a great practicing environment, I believe set me up for success. So, thank you!”

I find helping others to be rewarding & I’ve proven to be quite successful at creating quality aptitude tests. I’m proud of the work I create and am happy to help you out if you’re stuck on a question or wanting advice to prepare for the test. Drop me a line below.

All the best,


IMPORTANT: If you have purchased the exams and they haven’t arrived in your inbox, please check your spam or ‘all mail’ folders, as they are most likely found in there. Otherwise, if you’re stuck on a question, don’t know how to answer it or for any other enquiries, drop me a line and I’ll be happy to help. (Note: The link will open an email within your default email app.)