Pre-Employment Testing

Some of the positions at Exelon require evaluation tests. For this purpose, Exelon collaborates with Edison Electric Institute (EEI), the association that represents all US investor owned electric companies, and developed the materials and formats of the tests.

There Are Several EEI Tests

If you are selected for a position that requires EEI testing, you must know that there are several EEI tests; each test is designed to assess a particular set of skills, required for a certain position. The EEI tests conducted at Exelon are:

  • POSS test - for plant operating positions;
  • MASS test - for plant maintenance positions;
  • CAST test - for professional positions;
  • TECH test - for technical positions;
  • SASS test - for administrative positions;
  • SO/PD test - for system operating / power dispatching positions;
  • MRAB test - for meter reading positions;
  • CSR test - for customer service positions.

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Worried about the Test?

Since your score at the EEI test can determine your future at Exelon, it is natural that you feel a bit anxious; We are here to provide you with the best preparation for the test, so that you can feel more experienced and confident on testing day. Here at JobTestPrep we offer extensive EEI practice packs, with full tests, answers and explanations, so that you can undergo your test while feeling your best.

About Exelon

Exelon is one of the nation’s largest energy generators, which provides electricity and natural gas to 7.8 customers via two subsidiaries:

  • BGE, in Maryland;
  • ComEd, in Illinois; and
  • PECO, in Pennsylvania.

Exelon is a leading nuclear power generator, which operates several nuclear power stations across the country, among which are:

  • Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station (PA)
  • Limerick Nuclear Power Plant (PA)
  • Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant (MD)
  • Salem Nuclear Power Plant (NJ)

Learn more about EEI test preparation here.

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