Industrial & Warehouse Assessments

This Basic Arithmetic test assesses the test taker's ability to manage basic mathematical calculations and estimations. The topics covered include adding, subtracting, rounding, estimating sums, and estimating differences. This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required...
The Mechanical Reasoning assessment evaluates the basic Mechanical Aptitude of a prospective applicant. Topics focus on understanding simple machines, mechanical principles, pulleys, gears, levers, and pendulums. 
The Basic Industrial Math test is appropriate for individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of industrial work experience. It is advised that a calculator be made available. The questions focus on general arithmetic skills as well as math use in indust...
The Math & Reasoning Skills test covers such topics as percentages, multiplication, fractions, word problems, patterns, and comparisons. This assessment would be appropriate to give to any person who needs to use math and/or reasoning skills on a regular basis. Tests for Math Word Problems an...
This Warehouse Safety and Management test is designed to assess a test taker's understanding of managing a warehouse with an emphasis on safety. Topics covered by this test include shipping, receiving, forklift handling and safety, physical and logical inventory, safety procedures and signs, and ...
This assessment measures the test taker's ability to view an object in their mind and manipulate it. These people are said to have good spatial awareness and often find success in the field of design, illustration, architecture, publishing, technology, electronic engineering, and IT. Topics withi...
The Electrical Engineering: Power and Control test covers the technology and terminology used by engineers working in traditional practice. The subjects herein include practical applications of power and control theory, design of power and control equipment, and electrical construction and mainte...
This Basic Ruler Reading test is designed to evaluate basic skills in the use of reading a standard ruler. Topics include reading measurements in quarters, halves, eighths, and sixteenths. Also included is reading measurements in millimeters and centimeters. For a more difficult ruler reading tes...
This Print Reading - Manufacturing assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics associated with understanding and reading manufacturing blueprints. This includes dimensioning, specialized print reading, drawings and prints, materials, welding symbols, and drawing views. This test ...
The Mechanical Engineering: Machine and Tool Design test is a broad based assessment designed to assess the candidate's familiarity with and understanding of machine and tool design fundamentals. All questions fall into the categories of General, Statics, Fluids, Electrical, Materials, or Tooling...
The Electrical Engineering: Electronics and Communications test covers the technology and terminology used by engineers working with analog systems, digital computers, and communications. The covered subjects include practical applications of electrical theory, analog and digital design, computer...
This test for Class 'A' Automotive Mechanics is aimed at a journeyman mechanic. The test consists of rather difficult questions regarding such tasks as troubleshooting and problem solving--those skills required of an advanced level mechanic. The main difference between a 'B' mechanic and an 'A' m...
This test covers the test taker's knowledge of non-specific-trade blueprint reading and blueprint symbols. It has a general focus on the construction trades and the prints typically associated with construction projects. It contains illustrations that primarily refer to residential construction p...
The Basic Warehouse Knowledge test is designed for general warehouse workers. This test covers topics such as the loading and unloading of trucks and railcars, as well as checking and prioritizing incoming and outgoing loads. 
This test for Assembly and Matching covers such skill sets as knowing the use of specific tools, assembling products, matching geometrical figures, as well as determining the knowledge of the tools or machinery to be used in a given job. This assessment also covers general areas of knowledge such...
The Pick/Pack test aims at assessing the test taker's ability to read and analyze varying styles of Pick/Pack slips. Topics covered include slip reading and comprehension, inventory calculation, location comparison, and data inference. This test is appropriate for anyone seeking a position in the...
The Woodworking test is based on the general knowledge an experienced woodworker of two or more years should know. Areas tested include general knowledge of wood and how it reacts to environmental changes, knowledge of commonly used tools and what they are used for, joinery techniques, carcass co...
The Shop Math assessment covers such topics as adding numbers, converting decimals to fractions, determining dimensions, converting measurements, and working with fractions. This test is appropriate to administer to working with shop math on a regular basis. Tests for Basic Office Math, Metric Ru...
This Print Reading - Electrical assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics associated with understanding and reading electrical blueprints. Topics include print reading interpretation, component understanding, diagrams, and electrical symbol interpretation. This test is develope...
This Plumbing Quality test is designed to examine the knowledge level of applicants interested in participating in the plumbing field. Questions were derived from technical information common in the plumbing field which includes water supply, drainage, calculations, materials, tools, and rough-in...
This Metalworking Skills test is designed to measure the knowledge a machinist is required in order to perform his or her duties in today's machine shop. It covers, mathematics, measuring tool use, machine shop procedures, blueprint reading, quality control and material science. Tests for Basic I...
The Mechanical Engineering: Thermodynamics Fundamentals test targets certain knowledge sets that are acquired through study and application of thermodynamics and heat transfer. Basic, intermediate, and advanced questions are presented. Some questions target analytic skills while others are direct...
The General Maintenance test is based on four different areas of knowledge; plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and general maintenance problems (for example, changing light fixtures). The questions are composed of some of the most common tasks in these fields. This test is appropriate to administer...
The Electronic Schematics test covers the most basic electric fundamentals as they relate to the electronics field. The test addresses the basic building blocks of a circuits (resistors, capacitors, diodes and transistors) and schematics. This test is geared toward the person with at least one ye...
The Electricians test covers all areas of industrial electrical installations and repair. There are some basic questions that require common sense, however the vast majority of questions are technical in nature. This test is appropriate to administer to anyone who is to function as an electrician...
The Basic Industrial Skills test is composed of questions related to ethics and conduct, English knowledge, safety, and math. This test is geared towards individuals in industrial positions like basic warehousing, assembly line, and food production workers. 
This Arithmetic test assesses the test taker's ability to manage simple mathematical calculations and equations. The topics covered include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This test is appropriate to administer to applicants that will be required to conduct simple mathematica...
This Basic Reading Comprehension - Light Industrial test examines the test taker's ability to draw important information from written material. The material covers passages on job activities that include woodworking, electrical installation, metalworking and measurement, automotive manufacturing,...
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) assessment is designed for Canadian workers and supervisors who must verify their knowledge of WHMIS regulations, as well as employees responsible for managing MSDS and labels in the workplace. Topics include Regulatory Knowledge & ...
The SolidWorks 2013 assessment is designed to evaluate skills in the usage and understanding of the SolidWorks 2013 software package. The test questions cover editing and modifying sketches, geometric relations, reference geometry, editing and modifying features, drawing and modeling, and the use...
This Revit Architecture 2013 assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics with an emphasis on the understanding and application of the various tools available and the functions they perform. Topics include families, coordinating, wall style, modifying object, visibility/view, and ...
This MicroStation V8i test focuses on the general knowledge needed to use the MicroStation CAD software. The test was developed to assess the subject's knowledge of MicroStation symbols, tools, AccuSnap and AccuDraw as well as drawing knowledge. This test is appropriate to administer to MicroStat...
The Pick/Pack test aims at assessing the test taker's ability to read and analyze varying styles of Pick/Pack slips. Topics covered include slip reading and comprehension, inventory calculation, location comparison, and data inference. This test is appropriate for anyone seeking a position in the...
This Autodesk AutoCAD 2018 test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge and familiarity with using AutoCAD 2018. The questions focus on several broad categories with an emphasis on 2D and 3D entity creation and modification, interface and drafting controls, dimensions and annotations, la...
The Wholesale Distribution test is intended to evaluate the knowledge level of the test taker in Wholesale Distribution functions and procedures. The test covers areas such as economical issues encountered in wholesale organizations, product knowledge, market conditions, and general principles of...
This Welding assessment is designed to verify the test taker's general knowledge of MIG welding. Topics covered on this assessment include general welding knowledge, safety, torch usage, welding symbols, and welding terms. It is appropriate to administer this assessment to MIG welders with a year...
The Weights and Measures [Standard and Metric] test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in conceiving of mathematical situations, determining means for finding solutions as well as determining those solutions. Questions are given that will reveal the test taker's understanding and...
The Unit Conversion test aims at assessing the skill level of the test taker in converting common metric units into standard and vice versa. It also tests conversion of units within a single system. This test is appropriate to administer to those that will be expected to convert mathematical unit...
This test covers knowledge of many of the common fasteners as well as some of the fastener terms used in manufacturing, maintenance, and industrial settings. By including a number of illustrations, it allows the test taker to be evaluated on his visual knowledge of fasteners. By combining illustr...
The Soldering test is aimed at those who work in a class 2 shop. The subject areas include surface mount, through hole and advanced wire modifications. Most of the answers to the questions are covered in IPC 610C. The rest of the questions can be considered common knowledge. Tests for Welding, Sh...
The Shipping and Receiving test is directed at individuals that have completed high school (or equivalent) and have at least one year of shipping and receiving clerk experience. The questions address basic attention to detail as well as math and, finally, expand into general knowledge of real app...
This Safety in the Workplace test focuses on specific occupational hazards and regulations related to material handling in an active workplace and warehouse environment. The test was developed to assess the subject's knowledge of general safety, material handling and storage safety, machine safet...
Rough Carpentry is carpentry work that does not need to be finely joined or polished in appearance, such as framing, formwork, roofing, and other structural projects. The Rough Carpentry assessment focuses on common trade specific terms, techniques tools, and mathematical problems. This test woul...
The Resistor Color Code test is aimed at accessing the skill level of the test taker in basic resistor fundamentals such as color code recognition, tolerance ratings, and resistor calculations. This test is geared toward the entry level employee but, in order to decipher between more experienced ...
The Quality Assurance Inspection test covers knowledge of construction techniques, methods, and practices associated with the responsibilities of a commercial quality assurance inspector, including but not limited to, site work, foundation, structural, finishes, electrical and mechanical tasks. T...
The Product Packaging Skills test is geared towards general product packagers. This test is not specific to any type of an industry. This test is designed to measure general product packaging skills and includes questions regarding packaging process documents, shipping, cost estimates, and bliste...
This Print Reading - Construction assessment evaluates a user's knowledge on a range of topics associated with understanding and reading construction blueprints. Topics include building components, specifications, plans and views, nomenclature, and drawing types. This test is developed for candid...
A Press Brake is a machine used in cold-forming metal sheets or strips into desired sections. It is an important industrial tool used by many metal workers. The Press Brake Operation assessment measures a candidate's knowledge of using a Press Brake properly and safely. The test taker should be f...
This PLC Programming test is designed to measure the level of a test taker's proficiency in programming and implementing PLC controls. Topics covered in this assessment include creating programs, instruction sets, math, and basic electrical and wiring concepts associated with PLCs. This test is a...
Plastic fabrication includes many different processes and techniques. Usually, processes employed in forming plastic parts include, but are not limited to, injection molding, compression molding, blow molding, rotomolding, thermoforming, casting, extrusion, and pultrusion. For the purposes of thi...