|Assesses:||Bus repair knowledge|
|Test Format:||60 Items
The Bus Mechanic test is a journey-level test that measures the required knowledge and skills for bus mechanics. This test can be used for assessing job applicants or incumbents.
An administration manual is not yet available for this test but administration and scoring instruction are provided at no charge.
Categories tested include:
|– Diesel Engines & Power Trains||– Injector Systems, Exhaust, & Emissions||– Electrical Systems, Controls & Sensors|
|– Brakes & Air Systems||– Steering & Suspension||– Body Structures, Passenger Safety & Comfort|
O*NET† Job Titles
Below are the O*NET job titles that were determined to be applicable to this test during the job analysis. Click the Job Title for more information about tasks performed, tools and technology used, job knowledge areas and abilities required, as well as related job titles.
This assessment is intended for use with jobs that are sufficiently related.
†O*NET™ is a trademark of the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
This data was collected from a group of bus mechanics at a Southwestern transit company.
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We recommend one manual be added to each initial test purchase.
Administration manuals generally include information about administering
the test, scoring the test, and interpreting the scores.
Manuals do not include a sample copy of the test or an answer key.
Minimum quantity is 20.
Call for information about samples.