Cognitive & psychometric
- Attention to detail test
- Critical thinking test
- Memorization and recall skills
- Problem solving skills test
- Email skills test
- Basic word processing proficiency with Microsoft Word
- Intermediate word processing proficiency with Microsoft Word
- Accounting compliance skills test
- Bookkeeping skills test
- Business goal alignment assessment for supervisors
- Business math test
- Classroom management test for elementary teachers
- Customer focus and orientation skills test
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- First aid skills test
- Food service problem solving skills test
- Interpersonal skills test for supervisors
- Lesson planning skills test for elementary teachers
- Marketing aptitude test
- Merchandise and supply storage management test
- Mechanical quality monitoring assessment
- Mechanical skills test: general aptitude
- Nursing skills: patient focus and orientation test
- Organizational skills test
- Project Mmanagement: budget management skills test
- Retail shelf stocking assessment test
- Sales negotiation and influencing skills test
- CRM skills for salesforce
- Technical support test
- Time management assessment for supervisors
- Typing test
- Work safety aptitude test
- English speaking test
- English writing test
Mechanical quality monitoring assessment
- Ability to monitor machine indicators, such as dials, gauges, displays, and digital output, to determine appropriate functioning
- Ability to ensure that all components maintain safe and appropriate operating levels
- Multiple Choice
Accurately interpreting chart, gauge, sensor, and meter readings is critical to safeguarding efficiencies in industries that operate on precision and a slim margin of error. An employee capable of monitoring voltage, pressure, temperature, energy, and other data is an incredible asset who can help provide safe working conditions, quality material and products, and impeccable customer service – ultimately building and protecting brand reputation and loyalty.
Hiring a qualified and mechanically inclined job candidate can greatly speed adaptation to a new environment and responsibilities. A high score on this mechanical skills test is a strong indicator of an individual who can track and document data, identify equipment malfunctions, and adhere to maintenance schedules.
The Mechanical Quality Monitoring Assessment helps predict a job candidate’s ability to:
- Evaluate generator power efficiencies, taking into consideration a reasonable margin of error.
- Actively monitor voltmeters or pressure gauges to determine safety issues, taking preventative action prior to reaching dangerous levels.
- Quickly identify fire sprinkler heads in error according to PSI readings.
- Describe whether a solution falls within ideal ranges for pH and alkalinity.
- Refer to previous chart readings to pinpoint exactly when a building experienced temperature inconsistencies.
- Identify when key equipment will need to be shut down for required maintenance.
Use this mechanical skills test to quickly and easily automate the screening process for entry-level or experienced candidates, including quality control specialists, boiler operators, utilities technicians, water plant operators, electronics technicians, fire sprinkler specialists, food quality operators, mechanics, or any other applicable position that requires accurately reading, evaluating, and documenting data to maintain high quality control standards.
Sample Question 1
You’re using five different sensors to measure the composition of different meat products, which contain only protein and fat.
Which sensor is malfunctioning?
Sample Question 2
Chillers that have gone more than 1,000 hours since maintenance will be shut down.
Which chillers above will still be running in the next 48 hours? Select all that apply.
- Construction & Extraction
- Manufacturing & Utilities
- Maintenance & Installation
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The Mechanical Skills: Monitoring module content was developed by the Indeed Assessment Science Team, with expertise in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Instructional Design, Education, and Graphic Design. In addition, team members worked in collaboration with subject matter experts (SMEs). Indeed’s SMEs are required to demonstrate experience performing at a high level, supervisory experience, or responsibility for defining requirements for those jobs that require mechanical skills.