# Math Aptitude Test for Setup Positions

Use the Math Aptitude Test for Setup Positions to identify candidates with industrial math, basic arithmetic, metric and reasoning skills.

## About this Test

**Use the Math Aptitude Test for Setup Positions to identify candidates with industrial math, basic arithmetic, metric and reasoning skills . ** Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for skills like:

- Industrial Math
- Reasoning
- Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing
- Metric Measurement
- Decimals

This test provides the answers you need to make informed decisions.

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**Test if potential hires have math ability for manufacturing / machine setup job using the “Math Test for Setup Positions.”**

**Purpose:** The Math Test for Setup Positions contains math problems often found in industrial settings. The test measures an applicant’s ability to solve basic arithmetic (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing), decimals, ranges, metric measurement, and graphical / math reasoning problems. The difficulty level of this test is approximately ninth grade competency. The test is useful when employees must use math skills to solve various problems of a technical nature, typically those that require math competence for mechanical functions.

**About the Math Test for Setup Positions: **This test contains 40 items and takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

**High Scorers:** People scoring high on the Math Test for Setup Positions tend to be efficient in handling their duties. They can work independently to solve fairly complex quantitative problems and they tend not to make many math or math reasoning errors.

**Low Scorers:** People scoring low on the Math Aptitude Test for Setup Positions test may not profit well from instruction on how to solve basic math problems in the work place. They are easily confused by math problems and tend to depend on others to handle these aspects of the job.

**Target Group:** We recommend using this test for positions such as: Machine Setup Operator, Machine Operator, Machinist, Production Operator, Maintenance Technicians, etc.

**Testing Process:** Online aptitude testing provides immediate reporting. Proctoring is desirable but not required.

**Validity Information:** On average, this test is significantly related r=.30** with composite job performance ratings; r=.22* with productivity; r=.24* with dependability; r=.28** with ability to work under stress; r=.20* with productivity; r=.28* with new learning; r=.37** with quality; r=.23* with teamwork; r=.29** with overall job performance rating.

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Use the Math Aptitude Test for Setup Positions to identify candidates with industrial math, basic arithmetic, metric and reasoning skills.

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