Free EIAT Sample Practice Test [2023]

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## EIAT Free Practice Test – Numerical Reasoning (Math) Sample Questions

The EIAT math section has 25-35 questions on Basic math, Fractions, and Decimals. You will not be allowed to use a calculator, meaning your math skills will need to be on point.

### Solution

A quick and simple trick to follow - the decimal point moves an equal amount of places on each side of the product to the opposite direction:

5732 x 0.001 =

= 573.2 x 0.01

= 57.32 x 0.1

= 5.732 x 1

= 5.732 - The answer is C.

### Elevator Industry Aptitude Test Practice Sample Question #2 (Basic Math)

142 x 37 = ?

Solution

A straightforward calculation is going to take quite a lot of time here. So, let's use shortcut methods instead.

2 x 7 = 14 → The last digit is 4.

Therefore, the answer should be either C (5,244) or D (2,744).

Now, let’s combine this method with the “first digit method”.

In our case:

1(00) x 3(0) = 3(000) = 3,000

Since 142 x 37 > 100 x 30, the result should be larger than 3,000 C (5,254)

Try solving the next two questions on your own!

0.55 - 2/10 = ?

### Elevator Industry Aptitude Test Practice Sample Question #4 (Fractions and Decimals)

13/4 x 26/7 = ?

TipIn the Numerical section of the EIAT you are required to conduct quick and accurate calculations without a calculator. To answer as many questions as you can, you need to know some tricks and shortcuts. For example, in question types where you need to calculate decimals, you can think of the decimal numbers as whole numbers plus tenths, hundredths, etc.

The EIAT Test Practice Packis full of calculation tips and solving shortcuts specifically designed to address the challenges of the numerical reasoning section of the test and elevate the numerical abilities you will need as an elevator mechanic. With more than 70 Numerical Reasoning Questions, You are sure to improve your skills and be on your way to passing the test!

## EIAT Free Practice Test – Mechanical Aptitude Practice Questions

### Solution

In order to determine in which direction the swings tilt, we will need to determine the rotation direction of each gear that comes in contact with the swing. They are marked in the picture below as gears A and B.

Counting the gears from the red gear to gear A, we see there are 8 gears. Therefore, the red gear and gear A rotate in the same direction – counterclockwise. That rotation will cause the right arm of swing A to tilt downwards (blue arrow), and therefore the opposite side will tilt upwards.

In the same manner, there are 7 gears between the red gear and gear B, and therefore it will rotate in the opposite direction – clockwise. That will tilt the right arm of the swing upwards, causing the left side to tilt downwards. Therefore, the correct answer is A.

### EIAT Practice Sample Question #6 (Mechanical Aptitude- Force and Torque)

Which cyclist has to pedal harder in order to go up the ramp?

### Solution

In this question, we are asked which rider would need to pedal harder in order to climb the ramp.

We can see that though the ramps are of different lengths, the height of the logs in both cases is the same. For this reason, we should understand that the shorter ramp will be steeper. As is known from daily life, it is harder to pedal up a steeper incline.

Since in figure B, the length is shorter and the incline is greater, it would be harder to pedal up the ramp. Therefore, choice B is the correct answer.

Try solving the next two questions on your own!

### EIAT Practice Sample Question #7 (Mechanical Aptitude - Wheels and Pulleys)

Which tractor has to drive farther in order to bring the boat to shore?

### EIAT Practice Sample Question #8 (Mechanical Aptitude - Cogwheels)

Which way will the bottom cogwheel rotate?

Tip: The wording of Elevator Aptitude Test mechanical reasoning questions is often intentionally vague and misleading, which can make even basic mechanical reasoning questions tough. In question  #6, for instance, you could claim that A is the correct answer, as riding a bike along 15 feet is overall harder than riding it along 12 feet. However, the focus of this particular mechanical comprehension question is on the definition of slope.

Only practicing with tests that simulate the actual EIAT test rules and intentions can help you steer clear of these pitfalls and improve your mechanical comprehension.

Becoming part of the national elevator industry isn't a simple task. It requires getting a high score on your pre employment test by proving your mechanical skills, arithmetic computation, reading skills, and passing a tricky tool assessment - all under a stressful time limit.

Read more about the EIAT Test and what you need to pass the recruitment process, and the reach the apprenticeship programs.

## EIAT Free Practice Test - Verbal Reasoning Sample Questions

The Elevator Aptitude Test Verbal Reasoning section has 25-35 questions on vocabulary, sentence completion, and reading comprehension.

EIAT Free Practice Sample Question #9 (Sentence Completion)

"Since each person is ___________, collaborating as a team can bring __________ results."

### Solution

Since every person is unique (special), collaborating (working together) as a team can bring superior (better) results.

The first pair of words is not a good match because "talent" is a noun while the sentence calls for an adjective describing the person.

The third pair is incorrect because all people are not identical.

The fourth pair is incorrect because the adjective "continuous" does not make sense in the context of the sentence.

The last pair is incorrect because the word "diversity" is a noun and not an adjective.

Therefore, the correct answer is B - unique ... superior.

EIAT Free Practice Sample Question #10 (Sentence Completion)

"The boy was filled with _______ when he saw that his sister broke his favorite toy."

### Solution

The correct answer is A - wrath, which means anger.

According to the sentence, the boy’s sister broke his favorite toy. We can therefore assume that the boy was filled with a negative emotion. Wrath is a negative emotion, and it fits the context of the sentence.

In case we do not know the word wrath, we can eliminate joy and ambition, which are both positive words. Confusion is not necessarily a negative emotion, and does not fit the sentence as much as wrath. Doubt means uncertainty, which is can also be marked as incorrect.

Try solving the next two questions on your own!

EIAT Free Practice Sample Question #11 (Grammar & Spelling)

"Touch ID is ____ quite an elegant solution to an ever more ____ problem."

EIAT Free Practice Sample Question #12 (Sentence Completion)

"____ say this is causing ____ damage to the population".

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