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Offline danwri85

Differences between the POSS B & C tests ?
« on: Jan 24, 2016, 07:41 »
Hey Guys,

Does anyone know the differences between the POSS B & C tests?  I have taken the POSS B / MASS and passed but have to take the POSS C test for a different utility company.  Hoping to get some more insight and useful tips for the testing this weekend.

Thanks for your insight and help in advance.

Offline ddickey

Re: Differences between the POSS B & C tests ?
« Reply #1 on: Jan 24, 2016, 07:49 »
The passing score is the only difference that I know of.

Offline danwri85

Re: Differences between the POSS B & C tests ?
« Reply #2 on: Jan 25, 2016, 07:51 »
So the POSS C test.. just has a higher grading level then a POSS B ?  There's no additional questions or time on the different sections?   Like on the POSS B the math section was 40 some questions with only 7 mins to finish the section. I believe 30 mins for the reading comprehension and similar times for the tables/graphs and mechanical concepts. 

ski2313

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Re: Differences between the POSS B & C tests ?
« Reply #3 on: Jan 26, 2016, 11:42 »
No idea if I took POSS a, b, or c (they don't exactly come pre-labeled)... but I seem to recall my math section having 50+ questions in 17 mins +/-

I know I finished the whole section, and 5 of the answers were E. None of the Above


 


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