Working for the TSA has many benefits, not least of all the ability to dedicate your professional life to protecting millions of people every day. Preparing for the exam enables you to score high and become a leading candidate for various TSA positions. Prepare yourself for the November 2018 tests with our suitable PrepPack.
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The Transportation Security Administration Written Exam, also known as the TSA Exam, is the test you need to take to become an inspector, manager, air marshal, or security officer. To apply, you must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years old, and possess a high school diploma. The TSA exam measures your skills in common object recognition, screening awareness, and customer service.
The TSA CBT test can be somewhat challenging, especially if you have never taken a CBT-style test before. Our comprehensive PrepPacks™ for the November 2018 tests will help you familiarize yourself with the TSA CBT test format, including the TSA English Proficiency Test and the TSA Image Interpretation Test.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is a major U.S. employer with approximately 50,000 employees in more than 450 locations across the nation. Over two million air, rail, and subway passengers are screened on a daily basis by TSA professionals. Excellent federal government benefits draw a large number of applicants. Those who pass the test and become TSA employees, receive medical care—including both dental and vision plans—a 401K, and paid vacation days. TSA employees are also paid double time on holidays.
The Transportation Security Administration Exam contains two sections: the TSA Writing Skills Assessment and the TSA X-Ray Exam. The questions are in a multiple-choice format, and you are given two and a half hours to complete the test. The TSA X Ray Exam is considered the more difficult of the two; you have only a few seconds to identify the object you are looking for.
You can, and should, prepare for the test before taking it. Our PrepPack™ includes timed tests and study guides to help you get ready. Our practice tests include explanations of the answers. By practicing, you up your chances of achieving a high score on the test, which not only ensures that you pass the exam, but also gives you a better chance of gaining employment over the others who have applied.
Our PrepPack™ provides you full access to the most comprehensive practice resources for the two different tests on the exam, plus a study guide.
There are two different parts of the TSA's CBT. JobTestPrep offers preparation packs for these TSA screener practice tests:
This exam tests your knowledge of basic rules of English grammar, syntax, usage, and sentence and paragraph organization. On this TSA English test, you must select one answer that represents a correction that should be made to a sentence. You will also find paragraphs that need to be placed in the proper order. Keep in mind that answer (D), "No correction is necessary," may be the correct answer.
This exam is considered the more difficult of the two. On this object recognition test, you are presented with images of luggage that have gone through an X-Ray machine. You have only a few seconds to view the luggage and quickly find the item you have been instructed to identify. The types of items you may be asked to locate in the luggage are guns, bottles, drugs, shoes, or electronics. Our preparation pack includes 14 practice tests to help prepare you for this section. The real test gives you three seconds to answer the questions and 30 seconds to view the objects.
Below is an image of one of the questions from our practice tests.
Scoring is based solely on correct answers. Since there is no penalty for wrong responses, it is wise to answer every question and make intelligent guesses, if necessary.
TSA's hiring process involves six steps:
Candidates who pass all the tests and evaluations are placed into one of three groups: A) Best Qualified, which requires the achievement of a superior level on all six steps in the hiring process; B) Highly Qualified, comprised of applicants who attain at least a satisfactory level on each of the assessments; and C) Qualified, for those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for each of the six steps. The "Best Qualified" applicants gain employment in the position they want.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) exam and the exam to become a Transportation Security Officer (TSO), are the same. Since the careers in Transportation Security Administration include security officers, you will need to take the TSA Exam.
Practicing for the exam is the best way to ensure you are in the "Best Qualified" group. Our PrepPack™ can help make it happen. By preparing for the exam with our practice tests, you will become comfortable with the style of the questions and the format of the test. Moreover, you will improve your skills of quickly identifying objects in x ray images.
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