Is the RCMP pare test hard?
Just because you lift a few days a week, and do some running on the treadmill, doesn’t mean this test will be a cake walk. For all you RCMP candidates out there, don’t train for the bare minimum. The PARE is a very demanding test, particularly on your cardiovascular system.
Where can I do PARE test?
Some of the other law enforcement agencies using the PARE are:
- Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)*
- Alberta Sheriffs.
- Alberta Parks/Alberta Fish and Wildlife Officers.
- Canada Parks.
- CP Police (accept both PARE and POPAT)
- Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)
- Municipal Peace Officers.
What is a good pare test time?
within four minutes
Physical Ability Testing The regular members should strive towards completing PARE within four minutes.
How much does it cost to run RCMP Depot?
4.86 kilometre run (3.0 miles) in 22:00 minutes (men) and 24:00 minutes (women);
What happens if you fail the PARE test?
If you fail on the first try, you have to take it again within three days. If you fail the re-test, you will be sent home. You are tested again prior to graduation, and are required to complete the first two stations in 4 minutes or less. This simulates proceeding to the scene of a problem or occurrence.
How many laps is the PARE test?
Historical Overview of the PARE: It consists of: A 400 m (440 yd) agility run that requires participants to complete six laps of a course which includes changes in direction, leaping over a 1.8 m (6 ft.) mat, climbing stairs up and down (1.2m or 4 ft high), and jumping over two 45 cm. (18 in.)
Is RCMP Depot hard?
NOTHING at Depot is “HARD.” It doesn’t matter how you are when you enter Depot. Everything you have to do at depot can be done if you are Menatly Tough.
How do I train for the PARE test?
You are encouraged to be physically active for at least 4 to 6 weeks before attempting the PARE; including:
- 3 to 5 cardiovascular training sessions per week, and.
- 2 to 3 resistance training sessions per week.