NTN Tests - REACT Corrections Department Testing There are four components to the REACT Testing System: a video-based human relations test, a reading test, a math test and a report writing test. Testing takes approximately 2 hours. REACT Video Human Relations Test REACT focuses on using good judgment in supervision of inmates, public relations and teamwork. Candidates do not have to have experience in order to do well. They will watch a video segment and then choose the BEST course of action in a multiple-choice format. This test is presented on computer or video and the items play without stopping. Candidates have 10 seconds to answer each question. All information that may be needed to answer a question is provided in the test. REACT is not designed to be a test of policy or technical components and candidates are asked to only know what is stated during the video. REACT Reading Test This test is designed specifically for correctional officers, a job requiring ongoing study of difficult and technical materials. This test is based on typical training materials. Some words are left blank. Candidates are required to choose a word that best fits in the blank. Candidates are given 15 minutes to complete this test. REACT Count Test This is a counting test based on the movement of inmates within the correctional facility. This test is presented on computer and the items play without stopping. Candidates have 10 seconds to answer each question. The Incident Observation and Report Writing Test This test shows situations on video and asks the applicant to write a brief report, which is evaluated on content, organization and basic writing skills. React Practice Test For more detailed information and practice items with discussion, visit the REACT Practice Test website at www.reacttest.com. This site allows you to interactively review seven example video test items with a discussion of the possible answer choices.