CORU aptitude test
CORU Aptitude Test and CORU Test of Competence
What Constitutes the CORU Aptitude Test (CORU Test of Competence)?
CORU aptitude test is exclusively geared towards evaluating the applicant's grasp of professional knowledge and their understanding of the specific regulations governing the profession in Ireland.
CORU aptitude test (CORU Test of Competence) consists of the following:
- Case scenarios within the realms of Neurology, Musculoskeletal (MSK), and Cardio-Respiratory, along with other inquiries posed by the assessment panel.
- practical exam - stations relating to Neurology, MSK and Respiratory
- written exam
- interview with the panel
Monroe Medical offers professional and comprehensive preparation concerning:
- Aptitude Test for the HCPC in the UK
- Aptitude Test for CORU in Ireland
- Test of Competence Ireland for CORU
We run regular 8-hour long webinars which include the following:
Presentation of MSK, Neuro and Cardio-Respiratory Assessments, Outcome Measure and Treatment programmes
Examples of case studies and scenarios
Practical tips relating to the CORU Aptitude Test (Competence Exam)
Practice and MOC exam
Candidates will also obtain materials relating to MSK assessments and Neurological protocols used in the UK.
Many candidates ring and ask us how we can help them to pass the CORU Aptitude Test.
The answer is yes and we have many candidates who have passed the CORU Test of Competence.
However, a sound preparation and regular practice will be required.
We can also offer one-to-one preparation if required.
Despite offering this award-winning course, some candidates may still feel stressed about the Aptitude Test.
What are the options for these candidates?
If candidates feel that sitting an Aptitude Test Examination is too stressful, they can submit a fresh CORU application form or they have an option to appeal. Please contact us for details.