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What are some tips on preparing for the Millwright test?

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Tips for preparing for the Millwright Apprenticeship Test include using the information available at Test Prep Online's website to review for the math, science, English and reading comprehension parts of the test. Study charts, formulas, conversion tables, diagrams and written scenarios to help prepare for the test.

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The math section of the Millwright Apprenticeship Tests requires test takers to complete problems using arithmetic, algebra and formulas, which are supplied with the test. 33 problems compose this section. When preparing for the science portion, concentrate on the conversion tables distributed at the time of the test. Diagrams and charts also require interpretation. Science makes up 45 questions on the test.

The English and reading comprehension section uses 22 questions to test spelling and grammar. It also uses passages to determine the test taker's ability to recall information.

The test consists of 100 multiple choice questions and taken in paper format. Canadian tests have a three-hour time limit, while American time frames differ. The Canadian version is divided into clusters by trade, and there are five clusters. The Millwright Apprenticeship Test is in cluster four, and test takers must obtain a minimum score of 70 percent to pass. Upon passing, the test taker is eligible for on the job training to read and understand blueprints, as well helping to construct conveyor systems, electrical turbines, generators and escalators used in nuclear power plants.

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