Mechanical Aptitude Test [MAT-1]
|November 29, 2011||Posted by Administrator under Mechanical Aptitude Test|
Mechanical aptitude is usually thought of as an intrinsic mental ability that makes a person capable of understanding how things work. Traditional tests, such as the Bennett Test of Mechanical Comprehension, attempt to measure mechanical aptitude by using small puzzles about levers, pulleys, etc.
Mechanical aptitude tests measure your knowledge of straightforward mechanical concepts including: levers, pulleys, gears, springs, simple electrical circuits and tools. If you are taking a mechanical aptitude test for the emergency services or the military then the questions will tend to concentrate on principles rather than on making calculations. For example, you may be shown diagrams of a lever and asked which one is the most efficient. If you are taking a test for a craft or apprenticeship job, then you can expect some questions involving calculations.
Here is our first mechanical Aptitude Test sample model for ISSB.
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