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Practising for your mechanical reasoning test is a good indication of whether you will pass or not. Our online mechanical reasoning practice tests were designed to give you the best chance of success. Our free mechanical reasoning practice test offers more insight into what we can offer you. By using our full-length practice tests, study guides, and full answer explanations, you will increase your chances of landing the role you want. Click on the button located on the upper right-hand corner of the page to begin your free mechanical aptitude test trial.


Free Online Mechanical Aptitude Test Questions

Being able to understand and apply mechanical concepts is a prerequisite for many industries and jobs. Below you will find sample questions for this type of test. The best way to pass a mechanical aptitude test is by giving yourself ample time to practise beforehand. Our free mechanical comprehension test was designed to show you what we offer you to ensure your success.


Sample Mechanical Aptitude Question 1

On which pole does the weight press harder?

  1. #1
  2. #2
  3. The weight presses equally on both poles

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The rectangle pivots about the point of contact with the floor. The farther the pole is from the pivot point, the less force it needs to apply to achieve the same torque (the torque needed to keep the rectangle static). Thus Pole 2, the pole farther away from the point of contact with the floor, applies less force on the rectangle. This is essentially the Law of the Lever.

According to Newton's 3rd Law, the rectangle applies less force to Pole 2 as well.

Therefore, the correct answer is 1.


Sample Mechanical Aptitude Question 2

What would be the current flowing through point X if another identical power source were to be added in parallel to the circuit?

  1. Twice as strong
  2. Half as strong
  3. There is no difference

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Observe how the extra power source was set up: both the positive and negative terminals are connected. Therefore, the same electric potential is kept at each end. In other words, the voltage remains the same. Since the resistors have not been modified, the resistance remains the same as well. Finally, according to Ohm's law (V=IR), the current remains the same.

Trivia: Adding a cell or battery in parallel is usually devised as a form of electrical backup to a circuit, not as a means to change the voltage.

Therefore, the correct answer is 3.

 

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What is a Mechanical Reasoning Test?

The purpose of a mechanical reasoning test is to evaluate your ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts to solve problems. Regardless of your job level, the mechanical reasoning test can be difficult to complete in the time allotted. Practising prior to taking this type of test will help to improve your speed and accuracy when answering the questions you encounter.

During the testing process, you will run into several mechanical scenarios which can include concepts such as acceleration, gravity, friction, pressure, kinetic and potential energy, work and power, etc. Taking no more than 30 seconds per question will help to ensure that you answer each one in a timely manner.

Using our free mechanical test will give you insight into the types of questions you will need to answer. Additional practice using our exclusive PrepPacks™ will not only boost your test-taking confidence but your chances of success as well.


Mechanical Comprehension Test Preparation

The most effective way to prepare for your mechanical reasoning test is by practising beforehand. By familiarising yourself with the mechanical test format, concepts, and question types you will be able to breeze through the actual test with confidence.

Our free mechanical comprehension test was designed to give you an idea of what our PrepPacks™ have to offer. By signing up you will enjoy hundreds of mechanical reasoning practice questions coupled with full answer explanations, study guides, and more. Pass your test with our extensive and detailed practice materials.


Tips for Passing a Mechanical Aptitude Test

There are many tips that you will find useful to passing your mechanical aptitude test. These tips include:

  • Get ample practice. Our free online mechanical aptitude practice test only gives a glimpse of what our full PrepPack™ can give you. To ensure that you are able to pass your mechanical exam, we highly recommend using our full-length practice tests as they come with in-depth study guides and answer explanations aimed at improving your learning process. Practising with comprehensive materials will make all the difference.
  • Job level will determine test difficulty. Mechanical reasoning tests are used for many different jobs across several industries. These tests are often given for entry-level roles, but also for more experienced roles as well. Depending on the role you have applied for, the difficulty of your mechanical reason test is subject to increase. Our preparation materials can be used for a variety of job levels to ensure that you are getting the best practice possible.
  • Time management. Because mechanical aptitude tests are timed, it is best to answer each question in 30 seconds or less. Practising beforehand will help you to increase your speed and accuracy in answering the questions you will encounter.
  • Don’t stress. Giving yourself time to practice for your test beforehand will help you pass your test with confidence. There is no need to stress yourself out if you allow yourself to become familiar with the test structure, questions styles, and methods of answering.

 

Are you looking for a more specific test? Check out our preparation materials for the Bennett Mechanical Test (BMCT) and Ramsay-style tests.