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Wiesen Test of Mechanical Aptitude (WTMA) - Score Report
The WTMA measures a subject’s mechanical aptitude, or ability to learn to use and maintain equipment and machinery. The WTMA is a 30-minute, 60-item test that can predict performance for
occupations that involve the operation, maintenance, and servicing of tools, equipment and machinery. Such occupations either require or are facilitated by mechanical aptitude.




         Candidate Information                                    Results Summary                                                            Results Explanation

Name:                 Bruce Johnson                    Raw score:                           43         Bruce Johnson scored 43. this means that Bruce answered 43 questions correctly in the time
Position:             Machinist                       Percentile rank:                      53         allotted. A raw score of 43 corresponds to a percentile ranking of 53%. This means that Bruce
Test date:            Oct 15, 2007                    Assessment error:                     N/A        scored better than or equal to 53% of people who have taken this test.
Test event ID: CRI-3867-JSXV
                                                                                                       People with higher test scores can generally learn and do mechanical jobs better than people
                                                                                                       with low scores, but job performance may also be influenced by things not measured by the
                                                                                                       WTMA, such as: interest, motivation, supervision, difficulty of the job tasks, training, work
                                                                                                       methods, etc. People with lower mechanical ability may be able to do many mechanical jobs,
                                                                                                       but may require more training and supervision, and may make more errors.




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