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  PRACTICE EXERCISES FOR PROBLEM SOLVING TESTNumber of Questions

  23

  18

  9

  50 Total

  PURPOSE

  This is provided to help you understand the rules for answering the ProblemSolving Test by:

  1. Telling you about important features of the test.

  2. Giving you suggestions and strategies that can help when you answer it.

  3. Giving you practice on questions similar to the actual test.

  FEATURES OF PROBLEM SOLVING TEST

  There are three types of questions which require critical thinking and analytical skills:

  Understanding data presented in tables or graphsUnderstanding written paragraphs

  Solving math problems

  You will have 65 minutes to answer the 50 questions. You are allowed to usea calculator, although one is not

  required. You should use a pencil so you can erase to change an answer.

  Every question has five possible answers from which you must choose the mostcorrect answer. You will not have to

  write any essays. You will simply mark ONE of the five answers which will belabeled A, B, C, D, E.

  During the actual test, you will mark your answers on a special answer sheetseparate from the questions.

  If you mark more than one answer to a question, it will NOT be counted as correct.

  If you change an answer, it is important to erase your first answer so it does not appear that you have marked more

  than one answer.

  SCORING

  Each correct answer adds one point to your score. Points are NOT taken off if you mark an incorrect answer.

  You should try to score as many points as you can.

  FORMS/PST_Pra3.doc rbs Revised: 1/8/97 - 1 -SUGGESTIONS TO GET BEST RESULTS

  Recent research has indicated that the following practices can lead to better scores on Problem Solving Tests,

  including some you should do, and some you should not do.

  Things you should do to score well on a Problem Solving Test:

  Determine clearly the nature of the question before looking at the answer choices.

  Work as fast as possible with reasonable assurance of accuracy: do not losetime on a question

  you do not understand.

  Eliminate answers from consideration that you know are incorrect and choosefrom among the

  remaining answers.

  Mark an answer to every question, even if you have to guess.

  Use time remaining after completion of the test to reconsider answers.

  Things you should not do in answering a Problem Solving Test:

  Do not read slowly and carefully through the entire test before you start working.

  Do not spend time verifying questions you have already answered until you have answered

  every question.

  Do not spend time considering an answer that is not one of the five answer choices.

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  EXAMPLE QUESTION

  A. 80 kilometers

  B. 240 kilometers

  C. 40 kilometers

  D. 30 kilometers

  E. None of the above

  Time when you started:

  Time when you finished:

  Total time taken:

  Here is an example question with the correct answer marked as it should be on the answer sheet:

  1. A truck travels at the rate of 80 kilometers per hour.

  How much distance will it travel in 30 minutes?

  You will now have 25 questions to do as practice. Try to answer all of the questions in 30 minutes. Try to get the bestscore you can by practicing the suggestions to skip a question, or to guess,to save time.

  When you are ready, go to the next page and answer the practice questions asquickly as you can.

  Write the time when you start below. When you are finished, write the time below and determine the total amount of

  time used. This will give you an idea of whether you are working as quicklyas you will need to do on the actual test.

  PRACTICE QUESTIONS

  ANSWER SHEET

  1. A B

  EXAMPLE EXPLANATION

  30 minutes is one half of an hour, so a truck going 80kilometers per hour will travel 40 kilometers in half anhour.

  Answer C is colored in to indicate the correct answer.

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  D E

  Compare to 30 minutes

  INDUSTRY

  Agriculture

  Communication

  Construction

  Finance and Real Estate

  Manufacturing

  Transportation

  A. Agriculture

  B. Construction

  C. Finance and Real Estate

  D. Manufacturing

  E. Transportation

  A. Agriculture

  B. Communication

  C. Construction

  D. Finance and Real Estate

  E. Manufacturing

  A. Agriculture

  B. Communication

  C. Construction

  D. Manufacturing

  PRACTICE QUESTIONS

  Mark your answers on the attached ANSWER SHEET.

  TABLE 1

  AMOUNT OF INCOME IN CERTAIN INDUSTRIES (in billions of dollars)YEAR 2 YEAR 1

  22

  14

  36

  78

  213

  27

  1. Which industry had the largest increase in thedollar amount of income from Year 1 to Year 2?

  2. Which industry had the smallest increase in thedollar amount of income from Year 1 to Year 5?

  3. Which industry experienced the largest percentageincrease from Year 3 to Year 4?

  4. Which industry experienced the least percentchange from Year 1 to Year 4?

  YEAR 3

  26 26

  18 17

  47 43

  100 90

  226 218

  33 30

  E. Transportation

  5. For which industry was there the least consistentincrease in income over the period of time coveredby the table?

  A. Agriculture

  B. Construction

  C. Finance and Real Estate

  D. Manufacturing

  E. Transportation

  GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE.

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  YEAR 5 YEAR 4

  51 30

  21 20

  57 52

  118 108

  287 253

  40 36

  TABLE 1 (REPEATED)

  AMOUNT OF INCOME IN CERTAIN INDUSTRIES (in billions of dollars)YEAR 2

  26

  17

  43

  90

  218

  30

  YEAR 1

  22

  14

  36

  78

  213

  27

  INDUSTRY

  Agriculture

  Communication

  Construction

  Finance and Real Estate

  Manufacturing

  Transportation

  6. If the trend in the Transportation industry were tocontinue, its income for Year 6 would most likelybe about

  A. 42 billion dollars

  B. 44 billion dollars

  C. 46 billion dollars

  D. 48 billion dollars

  E. 50 billion dollars

  7. In which of the following instances has the firsttype of industry named consistently had an incomeabout half that of the second?

  A. Agriculture; Finance and Real Estate

  B. Communication; Agriculture

  C. Construction; Finance and Real Estate

  D. Finance and Real Estate; ManufacturingE. Transportation; Communication

  8. In how many instances did a type of industry makea gain of 10% or more over the previous yearlisted?

  A. 1 - 4

  B. 5 - 8

  C. 9 - 12

  D. 13 - 16

  E. 17 - 20

  9. The type of industry showing the steadiest rate ofgrowth in income during this period was

  A. Communication

  B. Construction

  C. Finance and Real Estate

  D. Manufacturing

  E. Transportation

  10. In which one of the following groups did all threetypes of industry increase their respective incomesby most nearly one-third from Year 1 to Year 3?

  A. Agriculture; Communication; TransportationB. Agriculture; Communication; ConstructionC. Communication; Construction; TransportationD. Construction; Finance and Real Estate,Transportation

  YEAR 5

  51

  21

  57

  118

  287

  40

  YEAR 4

  30

  20

  52

  108

  253

  36

  YEAR 3

  26

  18

  47

  100

  226

  33

  E. Communication; Construction; Finance andReal Estate

  11. Which one of these types of industry experiencedthe least percent change from Year 1 to Year 4?

  A. Agriculture

  B. Communication

  C. Construction

  D. Manufacturing

  E. Transportation

  12. Among the following, the greatest percentageincrease in income occurred for

  A. Agriculture between Year 3 and Year 4

  B. Communication between Year 2 and Year 3C. Construction between Year 1 and Year 2D. Finance and Real Estate between Year 4 andYear 5

  E. Manufacturing between Year 3 and Year 4GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE.

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  Read this page and then answer the questions on the next page. You may readany part of this again while you are

  answering the questions.



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