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Adhering to the strict standards of the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship & Training, the Ironworkers Apprenticeship test has become the preeminent test for those going into Ironwork. It is important to note that various locals do have additional requirements to passing the test. Those looking for certification in Alberta, for instance, must also take the Alberta Trade Entrance Exam 2, which has a section of science as well.

Ironworker Apprenticeship Test

10 Min Test | 10 Questions | 80 Pass Score

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## Ironworkers Apprenticeship Test Format and Sample Questions

Let's now gain some insight into the basic structure and format of the Ironworkers Apprenticeship test, which is broken down into three sections: math, reading, and practical applications.

Mathematics

• Basic Arithmetic – Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division; percentage, decimal, fractions, ratios, angle degrees.
• High School Algebra – Solving for x in equations and ratios.
• High School Geometry – Identifying at least 16 geometric shapes; finding perimeter, circumference, area, specified sides; most formulas provided in the exam.
• Units of Measurement – Finding the appropriate unit of measurement for length, area, temperature, time, speed, cost, weight, volume.
• Conversion – Using conversion tables to solve written problems.
 Mathematics Sample Question 1 A tank with a water level of 1 meter is shown in the diagram below. A rock with a volume of 1[m3] is thrown into the tank. The rock is porous (i.e. contains air) in a ratio of 50%. What will be the new water level?   (1) 1 Meter   (2) 1.5 Meters   (3) 2 Meters   (4) None of the above Explanation: First, you need to understand that the rock will displace a volume of water equal to its own volume causing the level of water in the tank to rise.We will begin by calculating the initial volume of water in the tank:Vwater = 1[m]*1[m]*2[m] = 2[m3]The volume of the rock is given: 1[m3]In addition, it is given that 50% of the rock is air, therefore the actual volume the rock displaces is:Vrock = 50%*1[m3] = 0.5[m3]Thus, the total volume of water + rock is equal to 2.5 cubic meters.We will calculate the new water level according the new total volume in the tank:Vwater+rock = h[m]*1[m]*2[m] = 2.5[m3]We will isolate the height and obtain:h = 1.25 meters.Therefore, the correct answer is 4.
 Mathematics (Algebra - Polynomials) Sample Question 2 Select the correct option for the following equation: (p2–1) x (s+1)/(p-1) x 1/(s+1) + p+1 = ?  1  (p-1)/(s+1) + p + 1  2  2(p+1) Explanation: Simplify the expression by multiplying and dividing: (p2–1) x (s+1)/(p-1) x 1/(s+1) + p+1 = =(p2–1) x (s+1)/(p-1) x (s+1) + p+1 = =(p2–1)/(p-1) + p+1 = ? Next, simplify by factoring(a2 – b2) = (a+b)(a-b): (p2–1)/(p-1) + p+1 = = (p+1)(p-1)/(p-1) + p+1 = = (p+1) + p+1 = = 2(p+1) Hence: 4 is the correct option. Tip: If you chose any other answer, you probably did not reduce the fractions correctly.

This section is in the form of written essays that relate to situations common to ironworkers. To choose the right answer from among the multiple-choice options, you will need to remember details, understanding usage of language, and draw the right conclusions:

 Reading Comprehension Sample Question 3 Last year, road fatalities decreased by 9%. According to the latest figures published by the Department of Transportation today, this year has seen the lowest number of deaths in road traffic since records began. However, road deaths are only the tip of the iceberg, because for every death on US roads there are 10 serious injuries such as damage to the brain or spinal cord. Country by country statistics shows that the number of road deaths per year still varies greatly across the US with the countries reporting the lowest number of fatalities being the California, Oregon, Washington, Vermont, and Maine, with only 30 deaths per million inhabitants. Vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, and users in certain age groups, notably the elderly, are particularly affected by serious road injuries.   Which of the following statements is correct?   A) Cyclists should be banned from riding on the roads.   B) More animals are killed by cars than by pedestrians.   C) Road deaths are on the rise in Vermont.   D) There are more serious injuries than deaths. Explanation: Option D is correct. This is what the text states: "for every death... there are 10 serious injuries".

Component Locator

This segment of the test is broken down into pattern questions and component questions. Pattern questions aim to see how well you can locate and identify the most central parts of an item, while component successfully perceiving and reproducing pattern outlines, then you will do well on this segment. Additionally, you will also be provided with different parts of an object to see if you can successfully piece them together for assembly and production.

 Odd One Out Sample Sample Question 4 Choose the figure that does not belong to the sequence...   (A)   (B)   (C)   (D)   (E) Explanation: The correct answer is (B). The pattern in this sequence is that the entire circle rotates 90 degrees clockwise with each step. This means that the diagonal line and the small circle across from it both move simultaneously so as to remain directly across from each other.

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## Tips & FAQs

Here are some tips you might find useful:

1. It is important to understand how to pace your yourself on the test. Our guides will allow you to practice in real time, so you how long to spend on questions and when to guess and move on.
2. One the reading section, it is helpful to read the questions before the essay so that you can immediately focus in on the elements contained in the questions.
3. After passing the writing test, make sure that you are well prepared for the fitness test. This can also make and break your candidacy.

Here are some FAQs you might find useful:

1. What types of physical labor will be expected on the job? You will need to be physically strong and in shape. You will be placing and reinforcing steel beams, rigging,  Welding for roadways and a wide range of building foundations and structures.
2. Will I need a car on the Job? Often you will find yourself working in remote locations where public transportation is not readily available.  Therefore private transportation and a valid drivers license are important.
3. How important are the classes? Obviously, the classes are an integral part of the course where you will learn the theory behind the job. You will integrate the knowledge from the classroom into the field.

## Ironworkers Apprenticeship Test Score Evaluation

Passing the ironworker test necessitates a minimum of 70% score. It is important to note that the test accounts for just part of a 96-point grading point system, which is as follows:

• Interview = 42 points
• Test = 14 points
• Education and Work Experience = 30 points
• Location and status in industry = 10 points

## What's the Best Way to Prepare?

Considering that the test accounts for 15% of your total grade, its important to prepare. JobTestPrep's customized practice pack give you comprehensive insight and practice opportunity for every segement of the test including, numerical, technical, grammar, and reading comprehension, electrical concepts, mechanical reasoning, and more.

The practice questions will be similar in style to the ones you will be given on the real test replete with in-depth explanations, so you can really internalize the subject matter. Boost your exam results by preparing with JobTestPrep's customized practice pack and get the job you want today!

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