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Sample Practice Test Questions

Mechanical Comprehension

The mechanical advantage of a block and tackle is equal to which of the following?

the number of pulleys

Two or more pulleys used together constitute a block and tackle which, unlike a fixed pulley, does impart mechanical advantage as a function of the number of pulleys that make up the arrangement.  So, for example, a block and tackle with three pulleys would have a mechanical advantage of three.

Automotive Information

Spark plugs receive current from the:


Spark plugs receive current from the distributor and use it to spark combustion in the combustion chamber of a cylinder.

Arithmetic Reasoning



Automotive Information

Power brakes multiply the force a driver applies to the brake pedal using a __________ connected to the engine intake manifold.

vacuum booster

Power brakes multiply the force a driver applies to the brake pedal using a vacuum booster connected to the engine intake manifold. This provides for much higher hydraulic pressure in the braking system than could be generated by the driver alone. Antilock brakes (ABS) use speed sensors and adjust the brake pressure at each wheel to prevent skidding and allow the driver more steering control in slippery conditions.

Arithmetic Reasoning

Which of the following is not a prime number?


A prime number is an integer greater than 1 that has no factors other than 1 and itself. Examples of prime numbers include 2, 3, 5, 7, and 11.

General Science

Which of these parts of digestion takes place in the mouth?

breaking down starches

Digestion begins in the mouth where the teeth and tongue break down food mechanically through chewing and saliva, via the enzyme salivary amylase, starts to break starches down chemically. From the mouth, food travels down the esophagus where contractions push the food into the stomach.

Electronics Information

Electrical power is measured in:


Electrical power is measured in watts (W) and is calculated by multiplying the voltage (V) applied to a circuit by the resulting current (I) that flows in the circuit: P = IV. In addition to measuring production capacity, power also measures the rate of energy consumption and many loads are rated for their consumption capacity. For example, a 60W lightbulb utilizes 60W of energy to produce the equivalent of 60W of heat and light energy.

General Science

The respiratory and circulatory systems are similar in that they:

transport oxygen

Like the respiratory system, the circulatory system serves to transport oxygen throughout the body while removing carbon dioxide. In addition, the circulatory system transports nutrients from the digestive system.

Math Knowledge

A coordinate grid is composed of which of the following?

all of these

The coordinate grid is composed of a horizontal x-axis and a vertical y-axis. The center of the grid, where the x-axis and y-axis meet, is called the origin.

Word Knowledge
Walter's trove of vintage baseball cards was worth thousands of dollars.
Valuable collection.