FVZA Aptitude Test
Beginning in 1954, men and women interested in joining the FVZA were given a personality profile test to help recruiters determine what career track in the agency might be best suited for them. Based on the test results, recruits were recommended for one of three tracks in the training program: Investigator; Assault Team; Shadow (for more on these positions, check our About the FVZA page). The questions had little to do with fighting vampires and zombies and were aimed at discerning the recruit's personality type. I was never a particular fan of these tests, as no test can measure intangibles like heart, courage and perseverance. However, in an attempt to give you a better idea of the process recruits went through, I am posting a condensed version of the test.
The 35 questions below are taken from the version given to recruits in 1967. The questions are multiple choice. Pick the answer that is most accurate and respond as honestly as you can. After taking the test, click the "Calculate Score" button. Your score will be tabulated and you will be directed to a page where you will receive the appropriate ID badge and an explanation of the results. Remember, the test results are by no means binding. Just because your score might suggest a career in investigation doesn't mean that you wouldn't excel on the assault team.
FVZA Aptitude Test (35 Questions)
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