Basic Industrial Math Assessment


Basic Industrial Math Assessment


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 industrial setting applications. For a more basic math test, see the test entitled Basic Arithmetic.

Assessments for Basic Industrial Skills, Basic Warehousing Knowledge, and Unit Conversion are also available.


Total Questions 30
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Addition
Word Problem
Tasks Tested Addition of Decimals
Addition of Fractions
Adding Numbers Together
Adding Time
Subtraction of Fractions
Subtraction of Decimals
Subtracting Two Numbers
Subtracting to Determine Project Time
Multiplying Two Numbers
Multiplication with a Fraction
Multiplying to Determine Project Time
Multiplying Fractions
Dividing Two Numbers
Dividing by a Fraction
Dividing to Determine Project Time
Dividing Fractions
Rate Example
Mousetrap Percentage
Calculating Amount of Plywood Left
Not a Rate
Determining if Production Report is Correct
Production Forecast
Calculating Plywood Cuts
Production Reporting
Longest Length
Cubic Inches in a Cubic Foot
Quarts in a Gallon
Millimeters to Centimeters