It's the dreaded EEI POSS/MOSS. I have already found out about as much as I could find on google and going through forums like nukeworker.

The scoring on this test is ambiguous and varies from company to company, most say to never guess because most people say that wrong answers count heavily negative, others say that's not the case, it's a guarded industry secret, someone claiming to have administered tests that goes on nukeworker says that wrong answers are just wrong and not negative, I have nothing to back that up though, some people said their proctor said one way, some the other. The actual test has multiple forms and versions it could be.

I am mainly working on speed drills and getting practice with concepts I am not familiar with, the categories are as follows.

Assembly-I did fairly well on them, but the test is reported to be harder, I am having trouble finding quality study material, the spatial book I got from the library is less than worthless due to poor printing and object sizes and angles.

Mechanical Concepts-I did very well on this, finished in time with only one wrong out of 26, the real test is reported to be harder

Tables and graphes-I am working on speed drills for these, graphs are very fast (5sec per answer, I am at about 6.66), graphs I am up to around 11/14 in the two minutes

Reading comprehension-no issues

Mathematical usage-up to around 37/38 in the time allowed, however the test has more questions in a similar time frame and I have memorized some of the test unfortunately so I can't use that as a great reference, no calculator, notes or anything other than their supplied scratch paper allowed, working on building speed, trying to learn tricks, I am fairly good at math, but used a calculator since my most recent math is college physics, I am practicing long division, basic algebra, and memorizing my basic multiplication tables, there is a conversion section and I am trying to memorize the types of units people have reported on the test so I don't have to take time referencing a chart and can skip steps ie: how many tablespoons are in two gallons: memorized 256 tablespoons per gallon instead of using their conversion which is likely tablespoons to cups or similar, so I can just take 256 times two for 512 tablespoons

This is a general idea of what the test is and where I am at with it, sorry it's so long winded, was trying to be very specific, test is on the morning of the 30th