Production Associate – Aptitude Test
This test includes reading, industrial math, mechancial reasoning and abstract reasoning components to ensure you hire a skilled production worker.
Purpose: Hiring competent, experienced, and dedicated production workers can be difficult. But it does not have to be hard. All you need is some preparation in knowing who your candidates are. Our Online Production Associate – Aptitude Test helps you identify candidate who demonstrate intelligence for handling complicated mechanical tasks, ability to process complex information, and discipline to perform a series of instructions or procedures.
If you are wondering which of our seven Production Associate Pre-Employment Assessments would best meet your needs, please see the Production Associate Test Comparison Table below to help you understand the content of each one.
About This Test: The individual aptitude evaluations offered in this combined test battery include:
- A timed pattern series test of general abstract reasoning that evaluates the ability to learn quickly and handle complex information
- A timed math test (7th grade level of competency) presenting various types of math problems typical in an industrial setting
- A timed mechanical reasoning test evaluating a candidate’s understanding of basic mechanical and physical principles of everyday life
- A timed reading test (7th grade competency level) presenting scenarios typical of an industrial setting
What the Report Gives You: Graphical display of scores for each test, plus an average score for all the tests combined.
View other Production Associate Tests:
Production Associate Aptitude • Production Associate Personality • Production Associate I • Production Associate II • Production Associate III • Production Associate IV • Production Associate V
|Sample Question for Math for Industry Test|
What is the weight of a case of 10 mufflers if each muffler weighs 32 pounds?
(A) 320 (B) 32 (C) 3200 (D) 10 (E) None of the above
|Sample Question for Mechanical Reasoning Test|
Which system will allow the 50 lb. crate to be picked up with the least effort?
(A) System A (B) System B
|Sample Question for Reading Comprehension Test|
What percent of engine wear is caused by idling a cold car?
Because only a little lubrication is flowing and the metal parts rub against each other.
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