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AEP Employment (EEI) Tests

During AEP jobs recruitment process, you'll be asked to take several different tests. The AEP pre-employment testing is done in cooperation with the Edison Electric Institute (EEI). For many AEP jobs passing the EEI tests successfully is paramount. The tests you may encounter during your AEP application process are described below. Please make sure to verify the test that is relevant to the position you applied for before starting your AEP test prep.


The AEP MASS Test is an AEP assessment test that contains four sections: mechanical concepts, assembling objects, reading comprehension, and mathematical usage. Each section measures the abilities you will need to be successful in any mechanical position, such as nuclear maintenance technician.


The TECH Test contains four sections: graphic problem Solving, interpreting diagrams, mechanical concepts, and reasoning for rules. Each section measures the abilities you will need to be successful in any tech position, such as transmission line technician, distribution line, and service technician helper, or wind and solar technician.


The four sections that the AEP CAST test contains are: graphic arithmetic, reading for comprehension, mathematical usage, and mechanical concepts. This AEP exam is designed to measure the abilities needed for construction and skilled trades occupations, such as electrical repair, machining, and vehicle repair.


The AEP POSS test is a test battery consists of four subtests. The subtests in the AEP POSS test are figural reasoning, mathematical usage, reading comprehension, and mechanical concepts. This test is designed to help in the recruiting process for plant operating positions.


The AEP SASS test was developed to examine the skills for clerical and administrative support positions. This test contains three different tests, each designed to assess a different set of skills. The tests included in the SASS test are The Basic Competency Assessment Battery (BCAB), The Advanced Competency Assessment Batteries (ACAB), and The Basic Keyboard Skills Battery (BKSB).


The SO/PD II test aims to test candidates’ abilities in the subjects of analytic thinking skills, reading comprehension, and mathematical usage. It is designed to help in the recruitment process for system operator and power dispatching positions.

AEP Meter Reader (MRAB) Test

The AEP meter reader test is designed to test applicants for meter reading positions in their ability to use tables and coding. This is multiple items test with a six-minute time limit.



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About American Electric Power

American Electric Power (AEP) is a major electric utility company and is the proud owner of the largest electricity transmission network. It is based in Columbus, Ohio and serves many states including Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia.

AEP In Numbers
Employees 17,600+
Service Territory (in square miles) 200,000+
Miles of Distribution Lines 224,000
U.S. Customers 5.4+ Million


AEP Hiring Process

  1. Application – the AEP application process begins with finding a job opening that is relevant to you and submitting an online application
  2. Online screening – as a part of the AEP pre-employment testing, you will be required to answer and pass the AEP pre-screening questions. This step is done online, and you will be notified immediately if you pass on to the next step or not.
  3. AEP employment tests – many of the positions in the company will require you to undergo an AEP EEI assessment test. The AEP exams vary according to the position you applied for. We recommend you use our AEP test prep to improve your confidence and performance in the actual AEP tests.
  4. Interview – those who proven themselves to be the best-qualified candidates will be invited for an in-person interview. The AEP interview question may vary from Behavioural based questions, questions about your motivation for the job and Basic technical questions that are relevant to the position you are interviewing for.
  5. Background check – after receiving a job proposal, candidates are required to successfully pass a background check and a health examination before being fully accepted to work in the company. 


AEP Subsidiaries

AEP Subsidiaries
American Electric Power Ohio American Electric Power Texas Appalachian Power (American Electric Power WV) Kentucky Power
Indiana Michigan Power Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) Southwestern Electric Power Company AEP River Operations

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