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Test Name:Job: Maintenance and Repair: General - UPDATED
Number of Questions:204
Test Description:The assessment for general maintenance and repair tests for a broad knowledge of electrical systems and wiring, fluid systems and plumbing, mechanical drives and machines, hand tools and fasteners, and print reading. This assessment also addresses preventive maintenance and similar approaches. Test questions are based on class material from the abrasives, electrical systems, fasteners, inspection, materials, metal cutting, quality, safety, and shop mathematics/print reading departments.
Test Instructions:This online test requires uninterrupted access to a computer with an Internet connection. For math-related questions, please have paper and pencils on hand for your calculations. Textbooks, calculators, and other electronic devices are NOT allowed.

This assessment covers all these classes:

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Intro to Abrasives 100
This class defines abrasive processes and explains the major groups of abrasive tools.
None19Beginner Abrasives
What Is Grinding? 110
This class describes the grinding action, explains how chips are formed, and covers wheel maintenance and safety.
None15Beginner Abrasives
Grinding Processes 120
This class identifies the major types of grinding operations and explains how they are performed on the machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None13Beginner Abrasives
Electrical Units 110
This class describes how electricity flows and explains the basic units used to measure electricity.
None20Beginner Electrical Systems
Safety for Electric Work 115
This class describes the safety risks associated with electricity. It also discusses the necessary precautions for working with electricity safely. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None16Beginner Electrical Systems
Intro to Circuits 120
This class describes the basic components of an electrical circuit and explains how they are represented in schematic drawings. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None19Beginner Electrical Systems
Intro to Magnetism 130
This class covers the fundamental principles of magnetism and explains its relationship to electricity.
None16Beginner Electrical Systems
DC Circuit Components 140
This class explains the function and purpose of the various components used in DC circuits.
None15Beginner Electrical Systems
NEC Overview 150
This class introduces the NEC codebook and explains how it is used by electrical workers. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None17Beginner Electrical Systems
Series Circuit Calculations 200
This class covers the formulas and rules for calculating the values of voltage, current, resistance, and power in direct-current series circuits.
550110 55012018Intermediate Electrical Systems
Parallel Circuit Calculations 205
This class introduces the rules and formulas for parallel circuit calculations.
550110 550115 55012016Intermediate Electrical Systems
AC Fundamentals 210
This class introduces the concept of alternating current (AC) and describes the variables that measure AC power.
550110 550115 55012015Intermediate Electrical Systems
Electrical Instruments 220
An overview of the various meters used in electrical maintenance. Basic principles, proper usage, and safety procedures are discussed.
550110 550115 55012016Intermediate Electrical Systems
Electrical Print Reading 225
This class explains the basic principles of reading electrical prints with an emphasis on schematic symbols. Includes an Interactive Lab.
55012055014015Intermediate Electrical Systems
DC Power Sources 230
This course introduces the various means by which DC power is created and used. It also discusses DC power generation and the limits of its applications. Includes an Interactive Lab.
550110 550130 55014018Intermediate Electrical Systems
AC Power Sources 235
This course introduces the various means by which AC power is produced and used. It also covers AC’s advantages over DC and power transformation. Includes an Interactive Lab.
550110 550115 550120 55013019Intermediate Electrical Systems
Conductor Selection 240
This course describes different conductor and insulation types and explains proper wire sizing according to NEC standards and calculations. Includes an Interactive Lab.
550110 550115 55015015Intermediate Electrical Systems
Intro to Assembly 100
This class describes the common assembly methods of mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding, and welding.
None14Beginner Fasteners
Safety for Assembly 105
This class introduces general safety guidelines for assembly. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None15Beginner Fasteners
Intro to Fastener Threads 110
This class describes fastener threads and their characteristics, as well as explains different thread standards and classifications. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None16Beginner Fasteners