Mechanical Aptitude Test Assessment

Topics covered
  • Levers
  • Simple Pulleysat
  • tached to either
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Tools
  • Gears
  • Water flow and velocity
  • Test Duration: 20 minutes
  • No. of Questions: 10
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  • Apprentices in Engineering Departments
  • Machine Operators
  • Mechanics
  • Field Technicians
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About Mechanical Aptitude Test Assessment

Mechanical Aptitude Tests measure your knowledge of basic physical and mechanical concepts. 
Mechanical Aptitude Tests are essential to the selection process in a large array of jobs such as: aircraft technician, auto mechanic, fire-fighter, military careers and more.


TEST DESCRIPTION

  • Levers: A lever consists of a bar which pivots at a fixed point known as the fulcrum. 

  • Simple Pulleys: The pulleys used in these questions are made up a grooved wheel and a block which holds it. A rope runs in the groove around the wheel and one end will usually be attached to either: a weight, a fixed object like the ceiling or to another pulley

  • Electrical Circuits: These diagrams are usually restricted to showing the power source, switches, loads (typically bulbs), and the path of the wiring. To answer these questions you need a basic understanding of how electricity flows around a circuit. 

  • Tools

  • Gears

  • Water flow and velocity

Test Details: 38 Questions 50 minutes