I'ma put it like this,, if you graduated high school 10 years or more,, try to find a math tutor & refresh your memory.
The test for Utility worker is very difficult for a high school grad even with a Machining background and 7 years of refinery experience and 10 in construction good luck
Basic math, reading comprehension, measurements, and problem solving. If you have common sense, you'll do fine.
Ez really common sense stuff
Fractions/decimals test. Words problems. Critical thinking skills.
Answered - Lathe Operator (Former Employee) - Pine Bluff, AR
Production test is fairly basic. High school education is adequate.
Trades test is extremely difficult. Better really know your stuff.
Answered - System Repairman (Current Employee) - Ecorse, MI
Basic high school material, except Emergency services has a very intensive Psychological exam
Answered - EMT/Firefighter/Security/ Haz amt (Former Employee) - Gary, IN
This was a great company to work for, with good salary and good benefits. Unfortunately the steel mill had to close it's doors.
Answered - Steel Worker / Lead Man (Former Employee) - Baytown, TX
I didn't have to take one, I was there for seventeen years before US Steel took over !
Answered - Machine & Utility Operator (Former Employee) - McKeesport, PA