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• 2 Full-length Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test - II practice tests
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The Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test (BMCT), developed by Pearson Assessments, is a popular assessment used in several fields, including technical and industrial occupations. The test was developed to measure a person’s aptitude for understanding and applying mechanical principles. From this, an employer may infer future performance in jobs that require these skills.

The BMCT assesses one’s mechanical aptitude, spatial visualization, application of physics, and deduction of "how things work". Additionally, there are two types of tests, the BMCT and the BMCT II. The BMCT is made up of 68 questions and has two forms of the test: Form S and Form T.

## Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test - Sample Questions

Which of the following components restricts the electric current flow to a single direction?

a) Condenser
b) Diode
c) Resistor
d) Transducer
e) Switch

#### Answer & Explanation

✔ The correct answer is B.

A diode is an electrical component which is mainly used to restrict electrical flow to one direction - similar to a check valve in water flow - by having high resistance in one direction and low resistance in the other.

Which segment of the wheel gets hotter when the brakes are applied? If both segments reach the same temperature, choose option 3.

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3

#### Answer & Explanation

When the brakes are applied segment 2 will become hotter than 1 as it is the area where the brake touches the wheel. Applying the brake to the wheel will generate friction and cause segment 2 to heat up.

What would the reflection of a man standing in front of a convex mirror look like?

a) The same upside down.
b) Straight but smaller.
c) Straight but larger.

#### Answer & Explanation

✔ The correct answer is B.

A convex mirror scatters the rays of light and increases the field of view of the observer. In this case, there is only one option for mirroring the image: it will appear straight and smaller.

## Prepare for the Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test with JobTestPrep

JobTestPrep's 2019 edition Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test PrepPack™ covers mechanical aptitude topics seen on both the BMCT & BMCT II. The Bennett–style practice tests can be taken in real-time simulation mode (to reflect similar test conditions) or in step-by-step mode. Reading our detailed answer explanations will increase your understanding of the test's style and content to do well on the exam. Start preparing today!