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Sample Practice Test Questions

Word Knowledge
Sadie's cowboy hat was incongruous with her black cocktail dress.
Not harmonious, incompatible.
Automotive Information

Which engine stroke starts with the piston at top dead center?

intake stroke

The four-stroke piston cycle of internal combustion engines starts with the piston at top of the cylinder head (top dead center or TDC) during the intake stroke. The piston moves downward in the cylinder creating a vacuum that pulls an air-fuel mix into the combustion chamber through the now open intake valve.

General Science

Which of the following is the primary difference between a comet and an asteroid?

comets have an atmosphere

A comet is a loose collection of ice, dust, and small rocky particles that, in contrast to an asteroid, has an extended atmosphere surrounding the center. When passing close to the Sun, this atmosphere warms and begins to release gases forming a visible coma or tail.

Arithmetic Reasoning

What is the least common multiple of 6 and 12?


The first few multiples of 6 are [6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, 54, 60] and the first few multiples of 12 are [12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96]. The first few multiples they share are [12, 24, 36, 48, 60] making 12 the smallest multiple 6 and 12 have in common.

Automotive Information

__________ results from oil buildup in the combustion chamber.


Preignition results from the buildup of fuel deposits and/or oil in the combustion chamber. These deposits increase chamber pressure and reduce heat tranfer to the coolant. The trapped heat then raises the temperature of the air-fuel mix to the point that it combusts before ignition.

Arithmetic Reasoning

Cooks are needed to prepare for a large party. Each cook can bake either 5 large cakes or 20 small cakes per hour. The kitchen is available for 2 hours and 26 large cakes and 480 small cakes need to be baked.

How many cooks are required to bake the required number of cakes during the time the kitchen is available?


If a single cook can bake 5 large cakes per hour and the kitchen is available for 2 hours, a single cook can bake 5 x 2 = 10 large cakes during that time. 26 large cakes are needed for the party so \( \frac{26}{10} \) = 2\(\frac{3}{5}\) cooks are needed to bake the required number of large cakes.

If a single cook can bake 20 small cakes per hour and the kitchen is available for 2 hours, a single cook can bake 20 x 2 = 40 small cakes during that time. 480 small cakes are needed for the party so \( \frac{480}{40} \) = 12 cooks are needed to bake the required number of small cakes.

Because you can't employ a fractional cook, round the number of cooks needed for each type of cake up to the next whole number resulting in 3 + 12 = 15 cooks.

Electronics Information

General current flow in a transistor is from __________ to __________.

collector, emitter

The transistor is the foundation of modern electronic devices. It is made entirely from semiconductor material (making it a solid state device) and can serve many different functions in a circuit including acting as a switch, amplifier, or current regulator. A transistor works by allowing a small amount of current applied at the base to control general current flow from collector to emitter through the transistor.

General Science

An element in the physical state of __________ maintains neither a constant volume nor a constant shape.


The gaseous state occurs at a higher temperature range than the solid and liquid states of the same substance. In this state, molecules flow very freely around each other and will spread out as far as they're able. Gases maintain neither a constant volume nor a constant shape.

General Science

Bronchioles, alveolus, and capillaries are vital parts of which bodily system?


The trachea branches into the left and right bronchi which each lead to a lung where the bronchi subdivide into smaller tubes called bronchioles. Each bronchiole ends in a small sac called an alveolus which allows oxygen from the air to enter the bloodstream via tiny blood vessels called capillaries.

Automotive Information

Which of the following is a common firing order for four-cylinder engines?


The stroke cycle of an engine is governed by the crankshaft which serves to regulate the firing order of the cylinders. All cylinders are not on the same stroke at the same time and correct firing order is important to balance engine operation and minimize vibrations. A common firing order for four-cylinder engines is 1-3-4-2 which indicates that cylinders 1 and 3 fire (power stroke)together and cylinders 4 and 2 fire together.